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Huntington-Oyster Bay Audubon works to protect wildlife and habitat through conservation action, advocacy, education and impactful partnerships. Serving Huntington and Northern Oyster Bay Townships.

Field Trips and Activities

"It is not enough to fight for the land; it is even more important to enjoy it." - Edward Abbey

As required by our insurance company, all field trip/outdoor activity participants must sign a waiver of liability. Participating in a field trip or outdoor activity carries with it certain risks and this agreement is necessary for the benefit of HOBAS and participants. A copy of the waiver can be found here. We appreciate your understanding.


Sunday, September 24, 2017 - 9:00 AM

Hook Mountain Hawk Watch

Just over the Tappanzee, there is the possibility of seeing hawks at eye level at the lovely spot.  There is a short, but strenuous hike up the mountain to the hawk watch.  If the hawk watch is slow, we will search for migrants on the trails.  

Registration: 631-885-1881

Directions: From the New York State Thruway, take exit 11 (Nyack).  Proceed to Route 9W.  Turn left onto 9W.  Continue past the traffic light, past Christian Herald Road to the top of the hill.  At about 1.8 miles from the turn onto 9W, look for the unpaved parking and pull off on the right.  (Limited parking, rough surface.)  Meet by the cars.


Sunday, October 1, 2017 - 9:00 AM

Caumsett State Park

We will explore the fields and woods of Caumsett, looking for the last migrant warblers and the first migrant sparrows. Bring your walking shoes - we might cover a big area!

Registration: 516-782-0293

Directions: Take West Neck Rd north from downtown Huntington for 5 miles.  The entrance to the park is on the left, 3/4 mi past the causeway to Lloyd's Neck, at which point the road is called Lloyd Harbor Rd. State Park fees may apply. Meet in the parking area. 

Sunday, October 15, 2017 - 9:00 AM

Robert Moses State Park Hawk Watch

The best place to see migrating raptors on Long Island.  Great viewing platform, with some of the birds flying by at eye level, always has expert hawk watchers to answer any questions you may have.  Exploring the surrounding areas should turn up other migrants as well as possible rarities.

Registration: 631-885-1881

Directions: Proceed south on Robert Moses Parkway, over the bridge to Robert Moses State Park.  From the water tower circle (check for peregrine falcon), proceed east to parking lot #5.  We will meet in the NE corner of the parking lot.