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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.
Walk has been postponed and is now 
SUNDAY, MARCH 3 MEET AT 9:00 AM 

Elizabeth Morton NWR
Leader: Eileen Schwinn

Meet in the parking lot. Flocks of over-wintering birds are here, just waiting for a hand out. LITERALLY – your hand out, with a few sunflower seeds and WOW!

The Refuge is located on Noyac Road, just west of Sag Harbor. The walk is approximately 2 miles, and will take about 2 hours. Dress for the weather − But no matter what the weather, this walk is an excellent way to kick off the beginning of Spring, the return of migrating birds, and even re-visiting with long time human friends!

Please register with Eileen Schwinn, [email protected] to be notified if there is any weather-related change of plans.




















MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 4, 2024, Meet at 7:00 PM

Our Feathered Friends:
Fact, Fiction & Folklore
Dianne Taggert

This will be a Zoom Presentation by Dianne Taggert but - you have a choice - join a group at Quogue Wildlife Refuge to watch or sign up to view from your home.

Did you know that crows recognize humans? Why Ben Franklin didn’t want the eagle? Why the jay has that mark on its neck? Or that bird folklore goes back to our earliest times? Dianne Taggart will talk about these and many other interesting and fun things about the wild birds of LI.

Dianne had been birding on LI for over 35 years. Now retired, she spends time spreading the love of birds and birding. She speaks at libraries, Audubon chapters and anywhere anyone wants to learn about our birds.

To link to the Zoom:
When: Mar 4, 2024 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) 
Register in advance for this meeting:

 https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIqcu6srDwqGN3Wuu7e_7R9dyH5Hv7r3xJ2 

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.


Quogue Wildlife Refuge
3 Old Country Road, Quogue.

All are welcome. Refreshments. 









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