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Hernando Audubon October 2019 Events

By Meaghan Goepferich Posted on September 27, 2019

Hernando Audubon Society Meeting: Florida’s Cranes: Tim Dellinger will present an overview of Sandhill and Whooping cranes in Florida, with a focus on the natural history of our non-migratory subspecies. He will describe ongoing Florida Sandhill Crane research, along with suggestions on how we can be good neighbors to cranes that live among us. He is Assistant Research Scientist in the Fish and Wildlife Research Institute, part of Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. The meeting will be held on Thursday, October 24, at 7 p.m. at Community Activity Center, 205 E. Ft. Dade Ave., Brooksville. Contact Bev: 352-686-0460, [email protected]

Hernando Audubon October 2019 Events

Hernando Audubon Birding Trip to Dixie Shores, Monday, October 7: Meet at 8 a.m. at the parking lot at the intersection of Dixie Shores Drive and Fort Island Trail Road (CR-44), 2.5 miles west of US-19 in Crystal River. We will walk 1.5 miles in an oak hammock around three man-made lakes. Contact: Eileen: [email protected]

Hernando Audubon Beginning Birding: Friday, October 25, at 8 a.m. at Chinsegut Conservation Center (23212 Lake Lindsey Road, Brooksville). Learn to identify birds at feeders and during a short walk. There will be binoculars and bird guides available for use. Contact Bev: 352-686-0460, [email protected]

Hernando Audubon Birding Trip to Cypress Lakes Preserve: Saturday, October 26: Meet at 8 a.m. at the park entrance, 33597 Ridge Manor Blvd. (at Olancha Road) in Ridge Manor, Hernando County. Don’t block the gate, and park well off the road. Jim King, retired land manager for Hernando County’s Environmentally Sensitive Lands, will lead a walk at this seldom visited county park. He will speak briefly to introduce us to this 331-acre property. Then he will guide us about 1.5 miles on the Florida National Scenic Trail as we look for birds and wildflowers. Contact Jim: [email protected]


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