New York State
Ornithological Association

For the birders and birds of the Empire State


 

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Region 6


NEW 9/23/16

2016 Waterfowl Count
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Checklist Updates:

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Black Vulture, photo by Carena Pooth
Black Vulture
photo byCarena Pooth


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Birds of
New York State


includes 2016 AOU updates
 

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& Historical Database

1977 - 2012
Grace's Warbler, photo by Lloyd Spitalnik
Grace's Warbler, Point Lookout
photo by Lloyd Spitalnik


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Looking for the White-eyed Vireo at Muttontown Preserve, photo by Carena Pooth
Spotting a White-eyed Vireo
at Muttontown Preserve
photo by Carena Pooth

 

 

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Last Updated 9/23/16
   

NYSOA Annual Meeting 2013

 
NYSOA 69th Annual Meeting
and New State York Birders Conference
Hosted by Chemung Valley Audubon Society
September 9-11, 2016
Elmira, NY

 

This year’s conference, was chock full of great birding and educational activities, along with opportunities to catch up with old friends and make new ones. Highlights included:
 

  • Friday afternoon field trip and evening program with John James Audubon
  • Friday evening reception & workshops
  • Saturday evening banquet featuring a program by Dr. Rob Bierregaard, research associate of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University. His presentation will be “Tracking Ospreys in the Age of Silicon: Migration, Ecology, and Conservation.”
    Dr. Bierregaard's studies—the first to collect a significant body of data on juvenile migration—have led to surprising discoveries about the dispersal and migration of naïve Ospreys as they leave their natal territories and explore the world around them.
  • Saturday and Sunday field trips with top birders to great local destinations.
  • Workshops
  • Paper presentations.
  • NYSOA award presentations.
  • NYSOA's Annual Business Meeting

    Read all the details about the conference
    View the weekend's program/schedule
    Read about the featured speakers
     

Objectives

The objectives of the New York State Ornithological Association are to document the ornithology of New York State; to foster interest in and appreciation of birds; and to protect birds and their habitats.

Code of Birding Ethics

NYSOA endorses the Code of Birding Ethics developed and promoted by the American Birding Association.

Membership

Individuals as well as clubs/organizations are welcome to join and will enjoy the benefits of membership, including subscriptions to NYSOA's quarterly journal, The Kingbird, and its newsletter, New York Birders.  NYSOA also offers its individual members a discounted rate of $25 annually (40% off the regular rate of $42) for a subscription to the online version of the The Birds of North America.


 
 


 

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