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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.








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Information on the Seed Sale!

The Seed Sale 
is on for 
November 7. More Info to come. 
While most of our programing is on hold — 
Here is an interesting series of lectures by some fine folks at Hog Island Audubon, do try to make time for a few of them. Every Tuesday at 7 pm through Nov. 17 except election day.  Enjoy. PS - they are free, but donations are accepted, to register

https://hogisland.audubon.org/programs/lecture-series













Making Bird Connections: 
A Virtual Lecture Series

Hog Island Audubon Camp introduces our Making Bird Connections lecture series. Each week we feature a different bird-focused presenter followed by a connection to National Audubon Society's broader work. Learn from top experts in the field and join us for these FREE presentations. Donations are encouraged and can be made online: Donate Today!


Here's the schedule:

Presentations will take place over Zoom and will be streamed over Facebook Live every Tuesday starting September 29th to November 17th at 7pm ET. You can register for each lecture at the links below. Details to log into the presentations will be emailed to you once you register. You must register for each presentation separately.


October 6, 2020: 
Intro to Birding with Holly Merker and Audubon's Governmental Affairs Coordinator Tykee James - Register

October 13, 2020: 
Birding by Ear with Tom Johnson and Audubon's Climate Science Director Brooke Bateman - Register

October 20, 2020: 
Bird-friendly Communities with Jillian Bell and Audubon's Plants for Birds Marlene Pantin - Register

October 27, 2020: 
Volunteering through the Lens with Jean Hall and Audubon Magazine's Sabine Meyer - Register

November 3, 2020: 
Vote for the birds! No presentation tonight.

November 10, 2020: 
Indigenous Conservation: Boreal Birds in Canada with special guest (TBD) and Audubon's Boreal Conservation VP Jeff Wells - Register

November 17, 2020:
Tracking Seabirds with Don Lyons and Audubon's Policy Analyst Charlotte Runzel - Register

Cost: FREE 
Donations encouraged!
All donations go to support Hog Island Audubon Camp operations.



​It's time - for the Quogue Wildlife Refuge/Eastern Long Island Audubon Seed Sale. Ordering is quick and easy - just follow the link to place your order by October 23rd and pick up your seed on November 7th. Keep all those birds well fed this winter!



https://quoguewildliferefuge.org/event/annual-seed-sale-fundraiser-6/?instance_id=2089