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RBA Young Birder Club

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October 2019

RBA Young Birder Event: LaSalles Landing & Lucien Morin Park

October 19 @ 8:00 am - 11:00 am
LaSalles Landing Park, 1080 Empire Blvd.
Webster, NY 14580 United States
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Pectoral Sandpiper - LaSalle Landing - © Eunice Thein - Oct 23, 2018

We’ll start by searching LaSalles Landing Park and the south end of Irondequoit Bay for waterfowl, gulls, and possible lingering shorebirds.

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November 2019

RBA Young Birder Event: Durand Eastman Park & Irondequoit Bay

November 16 @ 8:00 am - 11:00 am
Durand Eastman Park, Lakeshore Boulevard
Rochester, NY 14620 United States
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Cedar Waxwing - Durand Eastman Park - © Dick Horsey - Dec 08, 2015

We’ll start by taking a walk through Durand Eastman Park. We’ll likely see a mix of winter passerines like woodpeckers, robins, chickadees, titmice, Cedar Waxwings, finches and cardinals, but with a little luck they’ll be supplemented by something special.

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December 2019

RBA Young Birder Event: Christmas Bird Count for Kids

December 7 @ 8:00 am - 11:00 am
Braddock Bay Bird Observatory, 10 Braddocks Avenue
Hilton, NY 14468 United States
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White-throated Sparrow - Mendon Ponds - © Candace Giles - Dec 21, 2016

For 119 years, adults have counted birds every winter as part of the annual Christmas Bird Count, and now it’s time for kids to join the fun! The Christmas Bird Count for Kids is a family-friendly bird-watching event that builds bird identification skills and contributes to scientific bird count data.

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RBA Young Birder Event: Christmas Bird Count – Seneca Park

December 15 @ 7:30 am - 10:30 am
Seneca Park, 2222 St. Paul Street
Rochester, NY 14621 United States
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Eastern Bluebird - Hamlin Beach Park - © Dick Horsey - Dec 04, 2016

Participating in a Christmas Bird Count is an annual tradition for many birders, and this will be the 116th CBC in Rochester. In a Christmas Bird Count, birders try to count as many birds as possible within a particular “count circle.”

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