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It's Time to Register for the NY Birders Conference

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  • sausubel
    The cool breezes of fall are blowing and that means it’s time to register for the New York Birders Conference, November 1-3 at the Long Island Marriott in
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 5, 2013

      The cool breezes of fall are blowing and that means it’s time to register for the New York Birders Conference, November 1-3 at the Long Island Marriott in Uniondale, Nassau County, NY.  Don’t miss it!


      The New York Birders Conference features:


      Field trips to local hot spots led by top birders during this peak time for rarities.  Remember last year’s Virginia’s Warbler?


      Presentations and workshops on bird conservation and cutting-edge scientific research.  Have you wondered how birds are affected by climate change?


      Opportunities to hone your bird identification, photography and digiscoping skills.  Those confusing fall warblers?  No more!


      Our keynote speaker James Currie of Birding Adventures TV, telling his thoroughly entertaining tales of birding around the world.


      Zeiss, Swarovski, and Meopta showing their coolest state-of-the-art optics.


      And would you like to review the many great rarities from the past few years that have swelled the NY State checklist to 480 species, and join us in predicting what’s next?  The New York Birders Conference has that too!


      The New York Birders Conference is also the 66th Annual Meeting of the New York State Ornithological Association.  NYSOA’s objectives are to document the ornithology of New York State; to foster interest in and appreciation of birds; and to protect birds and their habitats.


      Meet your fellow birders.  Catch up with old friends and meet new ones.  Exchange ideas on birding in the 21st Century.


      Check out all the details of our program and REGISTER NOW at NYBIRDERSCONFERENCE.ORG


      The New York Birders Conference and 66th Annual Meeting of the New York State Ornithological Association is hosted by the Queens County Bird Club.

      Seth Ausubel
      Conference Chair, Queens County Bird Club, and
      Director, NYSOA
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