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All our activities are free and open to the public

Programs

Meeting at The Robinson Nature Center
Social hour will start at 7:00 p.m.!

Thursday, September 10, 2015
Behind the Scenes of the MD/DC Records Committee, by Phil Davis.

Coming Field Trips

Saturday, September 5: Butterflies through Binoculars - Lake Elkhorn Powerline Vegetation Management Study Tract

Sunday, September 6: Rockburn Branch Park

Thursday, September 10: Middle Patuxent Environmental Area

Saturday, September 12: Howard Conservancy (bird walk + hawk watch)

Wednesday, September 16: Howard Conservancy

Saturday, September 19: FALL COUNT



Instructions for Trip Leaders

Recent Activities/Announcements

When Can I See That Bird?
Find out from eBird with their Bird Observations phenograms for Howard County!

Trip Reports:

Start Your Year List (1/1), Alpha Ridge Landfill (1/17), Centennial Park (3/1) Howard Waterfowl Search (3/7), Centennial Park (3/8), Centennial Park (3/15), Sharps at Waterford Farm (3/21), Centennial Park (3/22), Alpha Ridge Landfill (4/4), Mount Pleasant (4/25), Lake Elkhorn (5/7), Font Hill Wetlands Park (5/10), David Force Wildlife Management Area (5/12), Patapsco Scrubland (5/30).

Photo Galleries (changes and additions):

  • Birds:
    • Mississippi Kite, Spotted Sandpiper (w/ young), Red-bellied Woodpecker.
  • Butterflies:
    • Southern Broken-Dash, Ocola Skipper, Eastern Tiger Swallowtail, Spicebush Swallowtail, Cloudless Sulphur, Sleepy Orange, Harvester, Hackberry Emperor, Common Wood-Nymph, Monarch.

2015 Howard County Bee ListUPDATED

2015 May Count ResultsNEW

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