Eastern Long Island Audubon Society Eastern Long Island Audubon Society
Join us for our monthly field trips! 
All are welcome!
Two ways 
to stay in touch 

 ELIAS uses Constant Contact 
in addition to Facebook to remind 
our members and friends 
about meetings and walks. 
Click on the sign up form to be added to our list. Or text ELIAS to 42828 to get started.

Eastern Long Island Audubon Society Youtube Channel
Watch Us On
Sign InView Entries
Sign Up Now

Use the button below to 
go to the online order form 
Do you have a suggestion? 

If you have a suggestion for a bird walk, please contact Eileen Schwinn at beachmed@optonline.net.

If you have a suggestion for a program please contact Suzi Stewart at suzizny@aol.com 
or Bob Adamo at radamo4691@gmail.com.
© 2020 Eastern Long Island Audubon Society
Join us on the first Monday of the month for our public program!
Eastern Long Island Audubon Society is a Chapter of the National Audubon Society serving the communiites from Patchogue to Montauk along the South Shore of Long Island, including western Riverhead, Brookhaven, Southampton and East Hampton.
A Warning for those planning to Bird on Dune Road

As of 23 May, the Town of Southampton has amended it’s parking rules, requiring a Current Resident Only Parking Permit for all town beaches and Trustee Roads. This rule is in effect 7 days a week, with no exception, regardless of the lot attendants being present or not. This is a major change from all previous years, and is in effect from 9AM - 9PM. All Town beaches along the ocean, Shinnecock Bay, and Peconic Bay, and beach access roads - any beach road which has signs posted - included. No Day Permits or Non-Resident Permits are being issued at this time. Code Enforcement Officers are patrolling the area.

More information is available on the Town of Southampton web site, under Parks and Recreation. Cupsogue and the Westhampton Dunes Overlook are not affected, however, Pikes, Tiana, and Town of Southampton parts of Shinnecock West are. 

Southamptons  parking tickets are $100. 

Take time now to update your town beach passes, and state Empire Pass. The state parks are free to seniors - on non-holidays and weekdays, weekends, get your Empire Pass. 

Birding on the web:

While you are birding on the web here is a series of episodes of I Saw a Bird, created by National Audubon. 


To learn more about bird song - try this series: