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  • September 20th – DOS Monthly Meeting – “John James Audubon: Separating Man From Myth” with Matthew Halley

    “John James Audubon: Separating Man From Myth” with Matthew Halley at the Ashland Nature Center The legendary ornithologist John James Audubon (1785–1851) began his studies of American birds as a teenager, on the banks of the Schuylkill River near Philadelphia. Our speaker, Matthew Hal- ley, provides a surprisingly fresh and in- timate window into Audubon’s […]

  • Saturday, Sept. 23rd: Birding and Hawk Migration at Granogue

    Spend the morning with Bill Stewart exploring the varied and bird-rich habitats on the DuPont Estate “Granogue” during prime songbird migration. Finish the morning with hawkwatching from atop the famous Granogue watertower with a 360° view for miles over top of the Brandywine River Valley. Registration Required.  Contact Bill Stewart (610-864-0370  or email bird-del@earthlink.net) for availability and field […]

  • Sunday, Sept. 24th: Milford Neck Fall Migrants

    Join Chris Bennett for a walk in Milford Neck, one of the best least-birded areas of the state. More than 10,000 acres of the forest, fields and wetlands are permanently protected by the State of Delaware, The Nature Conservancy and Delaware Wild Lands.  The mosaic of habitats, easily accessed by an excellent road network provide […]

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Sat 23
Sun 24

Milford Neck Fall Migrants

September 24 @ 7:30 am - 12:00 pm
Sat 30

The Ticking Tomb Bird Walk

September 30 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm