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NONE, Sep 11
Generally, the second Monday of each month. For more information, see the Meetings page.
RECENT BIRD ALERT:
During the first two weeks of April, Wilson's Snipes, Wood Ducks, Blue-winged Teals, and Gadwalls have all been seen in the beaver pond along the north part of Bell's Lane.
Last bird alert:
12 Apr 2017
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Augusta Bird Club members may submit rare bird sightings by using the Update page. For further information, or to report any unusual sightings, please contact the rare bird alert coordinator, Allen Larner.
Blue Ridge Young Birders
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Our next "Birds & Brews, Wings & Wine" social hour will be:
6:00 PM, Thursday, June 29, 2017
The Bistro, 18 Byers Street, Staunton
RSVP to Penny Warren by June 27!
A return trip to Highland County nine days after the June 3 field trip finally yielded a good view of the elusive Golden-winged Warbler:
The Augusta Bird Club's annual late-spring field trip to Highland County led by Allen Larner (on Saturday, June 3) took place under ideal weather conditions, and was well-attended, as usual. We saw nearly all of the "target species" except for Bald Eagles, though we only had brief glimpses of a Golden-winged Warbler and a Mourning Warbler. A full report on the event is being prepared. Here are some of the highlights from the trip: