MONTHLY PROGRAMS & MEETINGS
All programs and events are free and open to the public. We are supported by memberships and donations.
They are on Wednesdays are located at Teaneck Creek Conservancy, 20 Puffin Way, Teaneck.
Business Meeting at 7:30pm. Programs begin at 8pm
Program: Showing of ‘Jersey City, the Wildlife and Me’ by John Dunstan
March 20, 2019 at Teaneck Creek Conservancy at 8 pm
John Dunstan is a filmmaker. He lives with his family in Jersey City. He was born in Christchurch, New Zealand and emigrated to the United States in 1983. He is married and has two children. John is an urban wildlife filmmaker. He had two short films in the New Filmmakers New York, The Golden Door International Film Festival, Jersey City International Television and Film Festival and Wildlife VAASA. He also received a Merit award in macro cinematography from the International Wildlife Film Festival, Montana.
Program: The Osprey Project by Ben Wurst
April 17, 2019 at Teaneck Creek Conservancy at 8 pm
Did you know that in 1974 only 50 osprey nests were left in NJ? Today, ospreys are common sight along the New Jersey shore during the summer. Join us to learn about the life history of ospreys, current monitoring techniques, and their amazing comeback. Ben Wurst, Habitat Program Manager with Conserve Wildlife Foundation of NJ will share his experience from working to manage this amazing species over the past 10+ years.
Program: Pollinators in Peril: How you can help protect native pollinators by Blaine Rothauser
May 15, 2019 at Teaneck Creek Conservancy at 8pm
Program: Naturalist Diary by Peter Bacinski
June 19, 2019 at Teaneck Creek Conservancy at 8 pm
Peter Bacinski will present a Naturalist Diary. The program is complete with all the natural history facts and questions you never thought to ask as well as amazing images of Mother Nature’s incredible oddities. This PowerPoint presentation will touch on birds, wildflowers, butterflies, insects, fungi, ferns, mammals, reptiles and amphibians aw well as many unusual natural history events. You will learn a new natural history fact that you never knew before.
Pete earned both a BS and Ms in Biology. He also has a MBA in marketing. Pete has an extensive history participating as a NJ Audubon Volunteer and Associate Naturalist, Field Trip, Tour and Workshop Leader. Among his many accomplishments, he established and directed the Sandy Hook bird Observatory for the NJ Audubon 2001-2011. He has written numerous articles, including his weekly column for the Newark Star Ledger.
Refreshments available prior to meetings.
If you have suggestions or would like to help with future programs, please contact Marilyn Sadowski firstname.lastname@example.org