Bergen County Audubon Society – Founded in 1941
Chapter of National Audubon Society
As members of Bergen County Audubon Society, we share a love of birds and a concern for the environment. Our mission is to promote and protect wildlife in its natural habitat by providing opportunities for observation and conservation.
May 21 (Wednesday) at Teaneck Creek Conservancy
“Rosemary Dreger, Climate Change, a Special Call to Action.”
An environmental activist and writer at a marketing communications firm serving green sustainable companies.
Business meeting: 7:30 PM
Presentation: 8:00 PM
Upcoming Field Trips and Nature Walks
Apr. 26 (Sat.) 8:30 AM. Hatfield Swamp
Bergen County Audubon Society Hog Island Scholarship Contest
The recipient of the Audubon Hog Island scholarship is Natalie Rehak, Life Science,
Environmental Science and Biology teacher at Emerson Jr./Sr. High School.
Thank you to all who applied for the scholarship. Congratulations Natalie!
Edith Wallace Honored
Edith Wallace, a BCAS board member, was honored by the Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey for her life-long contributions to environmental education. There were five recipients of the honor: Pat Sutton of NJ Audubon, Tracy Leaver of the Woodlands Wildlife Refuge, Jo Ann Frier-Murza of the Endangered and Nongame Species Program, Edith, and Linda Mead of the D&R Greenway Land Trust. For more information, visit the Meadowlands Nature Blog.
Congratulations to Mike Limatola
This year’s winner of the Bergen County Audubon Society “Harold Feinberg Conservation Award” was presented to Mike Limatola (left in photo) at the annual Holiday Party on December 18th.
“Blue Jay” Newsletter
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Please Support Bergen County Audubon Society
The funds that we raise allow us to continue our Education and Conservation efforts. To participate, see our printable form BCAS Donation
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