Washington Crossing Audubon Society | Spring 2023

Palm Warbler” by Kelly Colgan Azar is licensed under CC BY-ND 2.0.

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Ensure that protection against non-native invasive species legislation moves forward in NJ!

Myrtle Warbler (Yellow-Rumped Warbler) at Baldpate

Sign the Petition

Ask your NJ Senate representatives to vote YES on bill S2186 which regulates invasive species and establishes an Invasive Species Council.

The text of the bill and related statement can be found HERE.

♥ Birdathon the Month of May! ♥ 

Myrtle Warbler (Yellow-Rumped Warbler) at Baldpate

Birdathon ’23 is happening throughout the month of May!

Get outdoors and bird to help raise money for WCAS’s education, research and conservation efforts!

Spring Field Trips!

Grasshopper Sparrow
Negri-Nepote Grasslands

Saturday, May 27 at 8:00 AM

Tonight! Opposition Expert Testimony begins

*** Alert: Proposed conversion of Hollystone into a hotel. Historic Hollystone is next to Fiddlers Creek Preserve and adjacent to Baldpate. WCAS has extensive concerns ***

Historic Hollystone

Public Programs 2023

Adelie Penguin
Antarctica and the Sub-Antarctic Islands of New Zealand and Australia

Sharyn Magee

Monday, May 15 at 8:00 PM
Virtual Program via Zoom

Birding Hot Spot Map

WCAS YouTube Channel

Marsh Bluet by Fyn Kynd CC License

Congratulations to Hannah & Sharyn on the D&R Greenway's 2022 Donald B. Jones Conservation Award!

Northern Saw-whet Owl © Tyler Christensen

Washington Crossing Audubon Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the enjoyment and protection of birds, wildlife, and the environment through education, research, and conservation.

Washington Crossing Audubon Field Trip to Institute Woods, Princeton © Tyler Christensen

Experienced birders from Washington Crossing Audubon lead regular birding field trips in New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania, visiting some of the region’s top birding hotspots.

Chestnut-sided Warbler © Tyler Christensen

Washington Crossing Audubon supports several active research projects, including funding two bird monitoring sites here in central New Jersey and in the Central American country of Costa Rica.