During the public health crisis: For safety, all monthly membership meetings are being held online using Zoom. Most field trips are cancelled, but a few activities where social distancing is easily practiced, like heron surveys and sea watches, are being held. COVID protocols are strictly followed and masks and social distancing are required at all times.
Save the date for the DOS Bird-a-thon
The 2021 DOS Bird-a-thon is scheduled for 1-9 May 2021. More details soon.
The Peregrine Falcons are back!
Wilmington's nesting pair of Peregrine Falcons are back and using the nest box on the Brandywine Building, Courting and building nest scrapes are underway. Check out the DOS Falcon Watch live stream to catch the action live.
Help with Family Friendly Birding Locations
Do you have a favorite birding spot in Delaware, Pennsylvania, or Maryland? The DOS Youth Birding Committee wants to know! We are looking to organize information about the best places for families to go birding in the region, but we can't do it without your help. Fill out the survey by clicking the button and tell us all about where you like to go birding and the features that make it great!
What we do
A word from our president
“DOS welcomes anyone with an interest in Delaware's birds, from beginner to expert. There are many activities that you can participate in and many volunteer opportunities. Whether it is birding, conservation, science or education, there is something for everyone. Consider joining today.”
Michael Moore, DOS President
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DOS needs your support
DOS offers a wide range of activities and has an ambitious and multifaceted mission. Please help with your support.
Members receive the monthly newsletter, annual journal and the Birdline rare bird alert.