PUTNAM HIGHLANDS AUDUBON SOCIETY
ANNUAL SPRING DINNER
SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 2019 at the OLD VFW HALL in COLD SPRING
Former Director of Constitution Marsh Audubon Center & Sanctuary in recognition of his 25 years of Bird Conservation work In the Hudson Valley
7:30 Presentation Given by Three Expert Citizen Scientists on Birding in the Hudson Valley
IAN KINGSLEY: An Arborist with a degree in Forestry Health from SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry. He is the Coordinator and Compiler of our PHAS Birdathon and orchestrates the Birdathon Teams that bird from Dutchess County down through New York City. Ian is a well-traveled birder who has been birding with his father, Lew Kingsley, since he was young. He has just returned from birding in Northern Patagonia.
KYLE T BARDWELL: A Civil Engineer with a degree from SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry. He is a published author with a work on Eastern Screech Owls in the Hudson Valley as part of the Science Research Program at Ossining High School. He travels the country extensively birding and photographing birds in addition to trips to New Zealand and Costa Rica. One of his photographs was selected in the Audubon Top 10 photographs of 2010.
CHARLIE ROBERTO: The Compiler of the Putnam County Christmas Bird Count. Audubon’s Christmas Bird Count is the nation’s longest running citizen science bird project in the country. He is also an area Captain of the Peekskill Christmas Bird Count since 1985. Charlie also organizes the Breeding Survey of birds in Putnam County. Environmental planners use this data to determine the viability and health of bird populations.
Tickets: $60 Per Perso
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Old VFW Hall 34 Kemble Ave, Cold Spring, NY 10516
Route 9D to Main Street Cold Spring
West on Main turn left onto Furnace St, turn right onto Wall St, sharp left onto Kemble Ave