Summer Birding Series continues at Rogers Center’s Cush Hill

The Chenango Bird Club will hold its second summer evening birding walk with a leisurely stroll at Rogers Environmental Education Center’s Cush Hill property on Wednesday, June 11. Meet in the visitor parking lot at Rogers Center at 6 p.m.

June is a great month to find birds that breed in our area. They vocalize regularly and are typically busy with nest building and feeding young, making them easier to spot. Rogers Center is a great place to birdwatch because of the diverse habitats, good trail and easy access.

Former Rogers Program Director and Chenango Bird Club member Fred von Mechow will lead the walk. A 20-time participant in the New Jersey Audubon Society World Series of Birding, Fred will point out birds’ visual field marks and songs. We will provide binoculars if you don’t have your own.

All are welcome and program attendees are welcome to stay for refreshments after the walk.

Plan ahead for the last bird walk in the evening series on July 9.

The Chenango Bird Club presents monthly programs (except January, February, and March). Nature enthusiasts of all levels and interests are invited to all Chenango Bird Club programs, free of charge. Rogers Center is located one mile west of Sherburne Village on State Highway 80. Park in the visitor parking lot next to Route 80.

Call Club President, Charlene LaFever at 607-334-9112 for more information on Chenango Bird Club activities.

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