"While my interest in natural history has added very little to my sum of achievement,
it has added immeasurably to my sum of enjoyment in life." - Theodore Roosevelt
All Programs Held at the Cold Spring Harbor Library Unless Otherwise Noted
This illustrated program will focus on the 9 species of owls that can be seen in the NYC region. We will find out when and where they can be found, what their lives are like and what it is that captures the imagination of birders. Emphasis will be placed on Long Island’s two breeding species: Great Horned Owl and Eastern Screech Owl.
Joe Giunta has led bird walks for the Nature Conservancy, NYC Audubon, Brooklyn Bird Club, Road Scholars, and the South Fork Natural History Society, He has been teaching both the spring and fall birding classes at Brooklyn Botanic Garden since 2001. He has birded extensively in the U.S., Panama, Colombia, Belize and Costa Rica. He is the owner of Happy Warblers, a travel and education company.
This event is free and open to the public.
7:00pm refreshments • 7:30 program
All meetings are free and open to the public!
Meetings begin at 6:45pm for refreshments and
7:30pm for speakers at:
Cold Spring Harbor Library
95 Harbor Road (Route 25A), Cold Spring Harbor.
Please check this website often for updates and changes to the schedule.