Bird Research at the Albany Pine Bush Preserve
Relating to our book selection title, come learn about various species of bird. Learn ways towards identification, and local efforts in bird survey research within our local ecosystem! Bound to be a great session with plenty of interesting information on our colorful flying friends, let’s learn more about species that are still among us!
Join Amanda Dillon, Field Ecologist for the Albany Pine Bush Preserve, for a discussion of bird banding and bird survey research efforts at the Preserve. The Albany Pine Bush protects an ecosystem that is home to 76 NY Species of Greatest Conservation Need, including 43 species of birds. The rarity and diversity of species, together with the high quality habitat, has earned the Preserve designations as an Audubon Important Birding Area and a NYS-DEC Bird Conservation Area. Co-sponsored with Southern Adirondack Audubon.