Explore how North American birds are responding to climate change by participating in the new community science program, Climate Watch, sponsored by the National Audubon Society. Learn about the science behind the program and how you can participate. Your participation will help scientists better understand the impact of climate change on local bird species. Presented by Zachery Slavin, Director of Climate Watch.
In partnership with Audubon Society of Central Maryland.
Registration is required.
ASCM will host a Monarch Butterfly Walk, a Bob Schaefer Nature Walk Series, at the Audrey Carroll Audubon Sanctuary. September’s walk is an opportunity for people of all ages to see monarch butterflies up close as we tag individual butterflies to help scientists who seek to learn more about this butterfly’s extraordinary migration and conservation status.
You can read up on these amazing migrators by visiting the Monarch Watch website.
Bring your curiosity and your kids!
Meet at 9 a.m. at the entry gate to the sanctuary at 13030 Old Annapolis Road (just east of Detrick Road) in Mt. Airy. Limited rest room facilities are available. The walk will be cancelled in the event of inclement weather.
Questions? Contact Cheryl Farfaras
Join us for a Bob Schaefer Nature Walk!
Birds are mostly quiet at this time of year, but butterflies and dragonflies are very active and are easily observed at close range. Meet at the sanctuary entrance at 9 a.m. The sanctuary entrance is on the east side of Boyer’s Mill Road, just one mile north of Rte. 144 in New Market. People of all ages are welcome. Be sure to wear sturdy shoes, and bring a hat and sunscreen. There are no rest room facilities at the sanctuary, and the walk will be cancelled in the event of inclement weather. Questions? Visit www.centralmdaudubon.org or contact Crystal Kunst at firstname.lastname@example.org or 443-536-3071.
Nature Walk at the Fred Archibald Audubon Sanctuary