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WELCOME TO THE CANTON AUDUBON SOCIETY (CAS)
WHAT’S TO COME

Meetings/Programs on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at the Exploration Gateway at Sippo Lake Park.

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All are welcome to all our events! They are free, educational and community-centered.

Join us for bird walks! They continue through the fall and occur just before each monthly meeting.

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CAS UPCOMING EVENTS

  • November 14th 7:00pm – CAS Regular monthly meeting – Topic will be “The Magnificent Seven” presented by Jeff Hall. The Magnificent Seven: A Close Look at Seven Iconic Birds. North America’s tallest bird was once the rarest…a bird that feeds by ‘lurching about as if intoxicated’…a shorebird named after the new moon…a bird that looks ‘as though an orchid has spread its lovely wings and flown’…a warbler that is connected to one of the 20th century’s most notorious murders…a bird that a national news network called ‘the most adorable’…and a bird that is one of the most iconic of all—this program provides an in-depth portrayal of each. Jeffrey Hall taught biology and served as President of Washington Crossing Audubon in New Jersey for many years before retiring and moving to Franklin, Pennsylvania. He is now President of Bartramian Audubon Society and active in Seneca Rocks Audubon Society as well as other nature and historic preservation groups in northwestern Pennsylvania. He has been an instructor at the Institute for Learning in Retirement at Slippery Rock University. Hall’s photographs and articles have appeared in Living Bird, NJ Audubon, Underwater Naturalist, Cassinia, and many other publications. He has given presentations to over 50 nature, birding, and photography groups, including recently Roger Tory Peterson Institute, Delaware Valley Ornithological Club, Audubon Society of Greater Cleveland, and Three Rivers Birding Club of Pittsburgh.
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We provide a public program the third Wednesday of every month (Sep-May) at 7:00pm.  Programs are at Exploration Gateway (Stark Parks’ Facility at Sippo Lake) 5712 12th Street NW, Canton 44708.
Monthly bird walks are held just before the meetings March – October.
Everything we do is open to the public. Please join us!

OTHER LOCAL BIRDING EVENTS

  • October 21st 9:30am – 11:00am – Birds of Euclid Creek – Cleveland Metroparks/ Euclid Creek Reservation – Join Naturalist Natalie Schroder on a hike through the Euclid Creek Corridor in search of birds. Click here for more information
  • October 25th 9:30am – 10:30am – Birding the Flats – Cleveland Metroparks/ Scranton Flats – Join a naturalist as we walk the bank of the Cuyahoga River in search of the birds that make the flats their home. Meet at Abbey Ave. exit ramp parking lot off I-90. Click here for more information
  • October 25th 7:00pm – 8:30pm – Owl Prowl – Stark Parks/ Wildlife Conservation Center – Have you ever wondered what goes on in the parks after dark?  Begin at the Wildlife Conservation Center, meet some of our nocturnal education ambassadors, then take a leisurely hike in the Cottonwood Wetlands searching for our resident owls and other nocturnal wildlife. Click here for more information
  • October 28th 9:30am- 11:00am – Waterfowl Watch – Cleveland Metroparks/ Lakefront Reservation –  Join Naturalist Jen Brumfield on a lakewatch to count migrating waterbirds including loons, grebes and ducks. Meet by the fishing pier. Click here for more information
  • November 3rd 7:00pm – 9:00pm – Owl Prowl – Summit Metroparks/ Sieberling Nature Realm – Listen to an indoor presentation about owls, then join a hike on the grounds in an attempt to call them. Patience and silence are essential. Program for ages 6 and older. Click here for more information
  • November 4th 7:30pm – 9:00pm – Who’s Hoo : Owl Night Hike – Cleveland Metroparks/ Brecksville Reservation – Meet Naturalist Lizzie Rings for an indoor introduction to owls and their calls. Then we’ll set out on a night adventure to listen for and learn about owls, and hopefully spot a few. Bring a flashlight. Age: families. Register by phone between October 22 – November 3. Meet at the Trailside Program Center. Click here for more information

Stark Parks: Link

TWC: The Wilderness Center Link

HBNC: Huston Brumbaugh Nature Center Link

SMP: Summit Metro Parks Link

CVNP: Cuyahoga Valley National Park Link

CMP: Cleveland Metroparks Link

Beech Creek Gardens Link

 

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