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January 12, 2021 ZOOM Meeting – The importance of Inland Wetlands for Birds and Other Wildlife

January Member's Meeting Program will be this Tuesday, January 12th at 7:00.  to be held via ZOOM Please join Jim Arrigoni from the CT Audubon Society for his talk about the "Importance of Inland Wetlands for Birds and Other Wildlife".  Wetlands provide critical habitat for biodiversity and also provide ecological services for human communities such as…

ZOOM MEETING – February, 9, 2021 Monthly Meeting – Survival by Degrees

Feb 9, 2021 - Monthly Meeting  -  Tue 7 pm  This program will be held via a ZOOM Meeting. Speaker: Kenneth Elkins Survival by Degrees Survival by Degrees - Shrinking and shifting ranges could imperil nearly half of U.S. birds within this century. Audubon's scientists are plotting a future for birds. Tonight's program will discuss…

ZOOM Meeting: March 9, 2021 – Magee Marsh – Warbler Capital of the World

Mar 9, 2021 - Monthly Meeting -     7 - 8 pm via ZOOM Speaker: Matthew Bell Magee Marsh - The Warbler Capital of the World Magee Marsh - The Warbler Capital of the World - Join Matt as he talks about his experiences at Magee Marsh and “The Biggest Week in American Birding,”…

ZOOM Meeting – April 13, 2021 Program:  Milford Point 2020 Nesting Season: Piping Plovers & American Oystercatchers

ZOOM Meeting on 4/13/20121 from 7 - 8 PM Program:  Milford Point 2020 Nesting Season: Piping Plovers & American Oystercatchers Speaker:      Katerina "Kat" Gillis   The Milford Point shoreline is home to many nesting shorebird species including the American Oystercatcher,  Least and Common Terns, and Piping Plover. The birds arrive in late March and spend the…

May 11, 2021 – Annual Meeting and Banquet – updated information – please read

Due to COVID concerns, HAS is offering a different kind of Annual Meeting this year on Tuesday, May 11th.  We’ll start out with small-group bird walks in Elizabeth Park, followed by optional boxed dinners to take home, and culminating with a virtual Annual Meeting and Evening Program.  We hope that many of you will be…

Jun 8,  2021 –  Annual Potluck Picnic –  Tuesday 6 – 8 pm

Jun 8,  2021 -  Annual Potluck Picnic -  Tuesday 6 pm Northwest Park, 145 Lang Rd, Windsor Park in lot, cross bridge to Warming Shed Join us for a bird walk and the company of our members to kick off the summer! A bird walk will be led at 5:00 when we hope to see…

Weird and Wondrous: The Lives of Bats – 9/14/2021 – ZOOM meeting

Weird and Wondrous:   The Lives of Bats Meeting will be held via ZOOM only St James's Episcopal Church, 1018 Farmington Ave, West Hartford, CT. Speaker:  Maureen Heidtmann This program is an overview of bats of the world, with an emphasis on our local species. Maureen will cover the persistent myths and misconceptions about these fascinating…

Horizon Wings: Bird Presentation – 10/12/2021 – ZOOM meeting

Horizon Wings Live Bird Presentation Speaker:  Mary-Beth Kaeser ZOOM meeting - A link will be sent out prior to the meeting to all members.  If you are not a member and wish to attend, please email Annette Pasek<apasek@cox.net> Horizon Wings was formed in 2001 by Mary-Beth Kaeser as a Wildlife Rehabilitation Center located in Ashford, CT…

Connecticut Wild Turkey Restoration Program Cancelled-Club Zoom Meeting only

Dear Hartford Audubon Society Members, Due to circumstances beyond our control November's planned presentation, CT Wild Turkey Restoration will Not be given during our Tuesday monthly meeting. This change gives us the opportunity, to have casual free form conversation about birds. If you recall, I proposed at the September meeting to start a bird study group. Tuesday…

Annual Holiday Meeting – 12/14/2021 – ZOOM Meeting

Annual  Holiday Meeting🌲                  Tue 6:30 pm Will be held via a ZOOM MEETING Continuing a fun tradition, please wear a favorite holiday, bird tee-shirt, or hat! Contact Mona Cavallero (mcavallero1@comcast.net) for details on photos / and slideshows before December 6th to allow time for creating and finalizing presetnation. Please contact Annette with any questions or…

ZOOM MEETING: CT DEEP Midwinter Eagle Survey – 1/11/2022

CT DEEP Midwinter Eagle Survey BY ZOOM MEETING ONLY Speaker:  Ginny Apple Bald eagles were once so endangered that many considered whether to replace them as America’s national symbol. The ongoing story of their recovery as a species, and CT’s healthy eagle population, is a comeback story worth hearing. Join Ginny Apple for a talk…