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OAS WINTER HATS FOR SALE!

                                          Oatmeal Heathered, Polyester Fleece,
                                          embroidered with a Nuthatch and "Oakland Audubon Society"                                            on the front. Hats are $15.00 each and will be available for                                                    purchase at the CBC tally dinner on December 17th at                                                          Independence Oaks, at the January membership meeting, as                                               well as on upcoming field trips. To purchase by mail, please                                                contact Phil Bugosh or Elaine Ferguson.

Supplies are limited so please consider supporting soon!


Upcoming Field Trips: 
see the Field Trips page for details and a full list of upcoming field trips

Niagara Falls
December 2-4, 2016    (Friday-Sunday)  
Leader: Don Burlett;  Email: baikalteal13@netzero.net
A weekend trip to Niagara Falls Ontario.  Lots of gulls, birds and romantic water - what could be better? 
We'll drive to the Niagara area Friday night, then bird all day Saturday and Sunday morning before
heading back.  A passport or other ID that works at the border is required. Contact the trip leader
regarding carpooling and hotel reservations, but do so early as accommodations are limited.
See the flyer below and proceed as instructed, if you are interested.




Gulls and Waterfowl
December 7, 2016   8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (Wednesday)
Leader: Mike Mencotti;  Email: mmencotti9@gmail.com
Gulls and waterfowl always present a challenge.  We will see plenty of both,
and learn ways to conquer the challenge.  Stops: Robert Long Nature Park, and Walled Lake. 
Meet in the parking lot of Robert Long on 14  Mile Rd., just west of the M-5 (Haggerty) Connector.



Things to do:

  • Learn more about birds this spring and summer through volunteer work such as bird banding, nest-box monitoring, and conducting bird surveys.

  • Check out the new Polk Penguin Conservation Center at the Detroit Zoo.  It is home to 70 penguins.



Our Mission

  • Promote an interest in native wildlife including birds, other animals and plants and advocate the preservation of wildlife habitats in Michigan.
  • Provide on a local level, access to the natural world through activities and social media such as meetings, field trips, newsletter, website, facebook, twitter and blogs.

     OAS is a chapter of Michigan Audubon Society. We have served Oakland County, Michigan since 1958.



     Photo credits this page:  Robert Epstein, Joan Tisdale











OAKLAND AUDUBON SOCIETY
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