Veery, photo by Gene McGarry
Veery
photo by Gene McGarry

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Great Egret, photo by Kathy Scullion
Great Egret
photo Kathy Scullion

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Great Horned Owl, photo by Steve Davis
Great Horned Owl
photo bySteve Davis

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Welcome to the
Sullivan County Audubon Society Website!

This page last updated 6/1/15

Sullivan County is one of New York State's birdiest counties, home to the famous Bashakill Wildlife Management Area and the Mongaup Valley Bald Eagle area, two sites designated by New York State as Bird Conservation Areas. It is possible for a person to find over 100 different species of birds in one May day at the Bashakill. One can also find over 200 species of birds in Sullivan County in a year; both of these feats were accomplished in 2002. A total of over 280 species of birds have been recorded in the county.

Blue-gray Gnatcatcher, photo by Steve Davis Blue-gray Gnatcatcher
Photo by Steve Davis
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New on Our Website
NEW
5/31
News & Views - A Buzz in the Meadow by Dave Goulson
NEW
6/1
Green Column - Fifty Shades of Green by Bill Cutler
NEW
6/1
How to Plant and Care for Milkweed - new link on our
                                              Milkweed for Monarchs page
NEW
6/1
Calendar of Events - June - October 2015
NEW
5/31
Bird Notes - Spring 2015  by Lance Verderame
NEW
5/31

The Sullivan County Audubon Society is a group of dedicated people who value both the birds and their beautiful and unspoiled habitats in Sullivan County.


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