Step back into the early 1800's and meet the colorful and flamboyant artist-naturalist who changed the world of illustration with his landmark publicatoin "The Birds of America".
Join volunteers exploring Swallow Hollow Trail looking for American woodcocks! Pre-registration required. Call 585.948.5445 ext.2222 to register.
Visitors learn how birds migrate using the stars and constellations. Telescopes will be set up to observe the night sky and view avian species. New and experienced birders as well as children are welcome to participate. Meet at Cayuga Overlook and dress appropriately.
Be sure to come out and join us on April 26th from 9am-4pm for our annual celebration to welcome spring back to the swamp! Activities for the day include nature related exhibits, hands-on activities for kids, live birds of prey, various speakers throughout the day, and more! All activities for the day are FREE.
Join local volunteers as they set-up at Cayuga Overlook to point out our nesting bald eagles, and also other birds flying past. Everyone is welcome, whether you are an experienced birder or just beginning!
Pre-registration required. Call 585.948.5445 ext.2222 to register.
A short presentation on migratory bird species, followed by a short walk around Headquarters.
Meet at Knowlesville Road Bridge to explore the primitive beauty of Oak Orchard Creek with experienced guides. Bring your own canoe or kayak. Life jackets are required. Reminder that alcohol is prohibited on the Refuge.
Meet at Kanyoo Trail
The use of native plants to support pollinators in your own backyard.
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