New Hope Audubon Society
June 24th, 2020
Jordan Lake Bird Counts, Part 3—Species in Decline Author: Norm Budnitz [Part 1 in this series of articles covered background information on the Jordan Lake bird counts and discussed the long-term data for several species of birds that are closely tied to the lake itself. Part 2 looked at the long-term data for one family… Read more »
May 20th, 2020
This is the second in a series of blog articles presenting the bird count data from the Jordan Lake Bird Counts. This article presents woodpecker data.
May 4th, 2020
This is the first in a series of blog articles presenting the bird count data from the Jordan Lake Spring and Christmas Bird Counts.
March 18th, 2020
Neonics are well-known as bee killers—honey bees and native bees alike, but they also kill birds.
February 12th, 2020
Preventing bird-window collisions with a simple home-made solution. – By Barb Stenross
February 4th, 2020
The stars of the show, as they have been every winter in the past decade, were the gulls.
January 7th, 2020
A Burke grant from National Audubon was used to buy native plants, and volunteers did the planting and also removed invasive plants to help restore habitat along the Lower Booker Creek Trail. – By Barbara Driscoll
December 19th, 2019
Catherine tells the story of how she is keeping birds and other wildlife safe while assuring a good life for an adopted cat. – By Catherine Bollinger
September 13th, 2019
This article explores ways to keep the deer from eating all of your native plants. – by Jim George
July 23rd, 2019
It seems like a beautiful evening to sit on my deck and experience the waning day as it turns into night. As I sit still on my porch swing, the world settles down around me.