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Audubon Spotlight: Connie Sanchez Is at the Nexus of Everything

From audubon.org Connie Sanchez does not have a favorite bird. Like many birders across the world, it is the hardest question to answer. “Too many to choose from.” Sanchez would probably have a similar response when asked about the highlight of her conservation career. That’s what happens when a career spans more than twenty years, takes [...]

2021-07-08T17:02:15-04:00July 8th, 2021|

Report of the Nominating Committee 2021

Wyncote Audubon Society REPORT OF THE NOMINATING COMMITTEE* For Election of Officers and Directors May 2021 OFFICERS Nominations for a Term of One – Year July 2021 to June 30 2022 President: Leigh Altadonna Vice President: Sherry Krider Secretary: Wendy Clymer Treasurer: Constance Sanchez BOARD OF DIRECTORS Class of 2024 Leigh Altadonna Wendy Clymer Rich [...]

2021-05-28T13:39:21-04:00May 28th, 2021|

Update to Bylaws July 1, 2021

One of the recommendations in the Wyncote Audubon Society Strategic Plan was to review and revise the Constitution and By-Laws under which Wyncote Audubon has operated. The existing by-laws have been in place for decades and with little change since becoming an Audubon chapter in 1967 and incorporation in 1977. Major revisions were considered. The [...]

2021-05-28T13:33:39-04:00May 28th, 2021|

Introducing Bird Safe Philly!

Triggered by a catastrophic bird collision event in Philadelphia on October 2, 2020, that received international publicity, the Wyncote Audubon Society convened a meeting of a group of key conservation partners on October 14, 2020 to actively address the bird collision problem in Philadelphia. As a result, the Bird Safe Philly Coalition was formed. The [...]

2021-04-27T11:37:59-04:00April 27th, 2021|

Window Collision Webinar with Pennypack Trust

Researchers estimate that between 365-988 million birds die annually in the United Sates from colliding into windows. Most of the collisions are with windows in suburban homes and low-rise buildings, and not with city skyscrapers. Learn about the causes and patterns of collisions and actions you can take to mitigate bird collisions on your own [...]

2021-02-15T14:44:11-05:00February 15th, 2021|

Audubon Spotlight: Tykee James Builds Coalitions to Create Change

Tykee James, center, listens to Audubon volunteers share their experiences speaking with members of Congress in April 2019 in Washington, D.C. Photo: Luke Franke/Audubon “I’m in actual TEARS!” posted Tykee James one day in an Audubon staff chat channel. Tears of jubilation, for avid birders like James, are usually reserved for rarities and lifers. [...]

2020-09-14T08:58:47-04:00September 14th, 2020|

Building Collisions Are a Greater Danger for Some Birds Than Others

Every year, as many as 1 billion birds die from colliding with buildings, especially those with extensive glass surfaces. During the day, these collisions result from birds mistaking reflections of open skies or nearby vegetation for the real deal. At night, when most birds migrate, lit-up buildings disorient and attract them, luring them not just off their migratory [...]

2020-09-14T08:47:48-04:00September 14th, 2020|

Audubon’s 2019 Policy Agenda

From Audubon.org Achieving bipartisan conservation solutions that address the biggest threats to birds and the places they need. Bald Eagle. Photo: Rick Lott/Audubon Photography Awards Audubon’s conservation vision—that we protect birds throughout their full lifecycle—requires we address the biggest threats to birds and the places they need now and into the future. Those [...]

2020-02-28T11:31:13-05:00February 28th, 2020|

Gone Missing: 3 Billion Birds

Announcement: Gone Missing: 3 Billion Birds, Presentation and Panel Discussion on SATURDAY, MARCH 7th from 2 - 5 p.m. at Stockton University in the Alton Auditorium, sponsored by Friends of Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge in partnership with New Jersey Audubon A recent study sponsored by Cornell Lab of Ornithology revealed that almost 3,000,000 birds have [...]

2020-03-03T10:02:42-05:00February 25th, 2020|
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