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  • Restoring & Managing Delaware's Coastal Impoundments - Delmarva Ornithological Society
    Bird A Thon in May More Ways to Give Citizen Science Spring Roundup Hawk Watches Wilmington Peregrine Falcon Watch Delaware Bird Records Committee Christmas Bird Counts Pea Patch Island Heron Survey Delaware Breeding Bird Atlas Delaware Backyard Birding Challenge Project SNOWstorm eBird Close Committees Conservation Delaware Bird A Thon Delaware Bayshore Initiative Bluebird Program Lights Out Wilmington Duck Stamps Publications Delmarva Ornithologist The Flyer Newsletter Archive Current Flyer Records Delaware Bird Records Committee State List and Review Species Issues Current Issues Take Action Results Archive Letters of Support Close Resources Birding DE Birding Sites Recent eBird Sightings Notable eBird Sightings Delmarva Area Hotspots DOS Delaware Checklists Downloadable Fieldtrip Schedule More Birding Resources RBAs and Listservs Delaware State List Weather and Tides Wildlife Rehabilitators Close Online DOS store Close Sign in to manage your membership Email Password Remember me Close eBird Recent eBird sightings Close Downloadable fieldtrip schedule PDF All Events This event has passed Restoring Managing Delaware s Coastal Impoundments September 16 2015 7 00 pm 9 00 pm Event Navigation Fall Warbler Weekend White Clay Creek State Park Dunlins Event Ashland Big Sit Join Jeremey Ashe as he discusses ongoing research projects and the future of Delaware s coastal impoundments Many Delaware birders are familiar with the coastal impoundments in Kent County like those at Port Mahon Little Creek Ted Harvey and other great locations like Milford Neck and the Mispillion Harbor Conditions in these areas are always changing and are vulnerable to changes from events like Superstorm Sandy The DE Division of Fish and Wildlife is working towards restoring and providing better water management in coastal impoundments to promote better habitat to benefit the birds and other wildlife that use them Jeremey Ashe received his Masters from California State University Chico comparing time budgets of American and Eurasian

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  • Peppereaters: The Toucans of Europe - Delmarva Ornithological Society
    sightings Field Trips Meetings Join Current Flyer Menu About DOS Who we are Mission People History Partners Join us Meetings Field Trips Join DOS Social Facebook Twitter Close Activities Opportunities Field Trips Meetings Delaware Dunlins Youth Birding Club Bird A Thon in May More Ways to Give Citizen Science Spring Roundup Hawk Watches Wilmington Peregrine Falcon Watch Delaware Bird Records Committee Christmas Bird Counts Pea Patch Island Heron Survey Delaware Breeding Bird Atlas Delaware Backyard Birding Challenge Project SNOWstorm eBird Close Committees Conservation Delaware Bird A Thon Delaware Bayshore Initiative Bluebird Program Lights Out Wilmington Duck Stamps Publications Delmarva Ornithologist The Flyer Newsletter Archive Current Flyer Records Delaware Bird Records Committee State List and Review Species Issues Current Issues Take Action Results Archive Letters of Support Close Resources Birding DE Birding Sites Recent eBird Sightings Notable eBird Sightings Delmarva Area Hotspots DOS Delaware Checklists Downloadable Fieldtrip Schedule More Birding Resources RBAs and Listservs Delaware State List Weather and Tides Wildlife Rehabilitators Close Online DOS store Close Sign in to manage your membership Email Password Remember me Close eBird Recent eBird sightings Close Downloadable fieldtrip schedule PDF All Events This event has passed Peppereaters The Toucans of Europe October 21 2015 7 00 pm 9 00 pm Event Navigation Last Gasp 4 Fall Warblers Halloween Fort to Fort Ferry Trip No there aren t any toucans in the Old World no wild ones at least But over the centuries the natural historians of Europe have taken the ramphastids to heart as the ultimate emblems of the exotic Join Rick Wright for an amusing and richly illustrated tour through the earliest literature of the toucans aracaris and other bignosed birds of the American tropics Rick Wright is a leader at Victor Emanuel Nature Tours and the book review editor at Birding magazine

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  • Putting the Swamp Back into the Great Cypress Swamp - Delmarva Ornithological Society
    Birding Challenge Project SNOWstorm eBird Close Committees Conservation Delaware Bird A Thon Delaware Bayshore Initiative Bluebird Program Lights Out Wilmington Duck Stamps Publications Delmarva Ornithologist The Flyer Newsletter Archive Current Flyer Records Delaware Bird Records Committee State List and Review Species Issues Current Issues Take Action Results Archive Letters of Support Close Resources Birding DE Birding Sites Recent eBird Sightings Notable eBird Sightings Delmarva Area Hotspots DOS Delaware Checklists Downloadable Fieldtrip Schedule More Birding Resources RBAs and Listservs Delaware State List Weather and Tides Wildlife Rehabilitators Close Online DOS store Close Sign in to manage your membership Email Password Remember me Close eBird Recent eBird sightings Close Downloadable fieldtrip schedule PDF All Events This event has passed Putting the Swamp Back into the Great Cypress Swamp November 18 2015 7 00 pm 9 00 pm Event Navigation Delaware Museum of Natural History Egg Collection Workshop Sea Watch l Hundreds of years of degradation has led to a loss of tree species diversity in the Great Cypress Swamp Sussex County Delaware one of the most unique forests in the state and a special place for birds Delaware Wild Lands is working to restore the biological diversity ecological integrity and resilience of the Great Cypress Swamp and generate an alternative source of revenue for the organization through forestry that will fund current and future restoration projects at the Swamp Join Kate Hackett and Andrew Martin to learn more about how forestry the Delaware Wild Lands way is enhancing the character and integrity of these unique conserved lands Kate Hackett Executive Director for Delaware Wild Lands has twenty five years of experience working in land and water conservation and management Kate received two bachelors degrees from Yale University one in Political Science and one in Environmental Studies and completed her Master s of

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  • For DOS by DOS - A Night of Shared Stories and Experiences - Delmarva Ornithological Society
    Committee State List and Review Species Issues Current Issues Take Action Results Archive Letters of Support Close Resources Birding DE Birding Sites Recent eBird Sightings Notable eBird Sightings Delmarva Area Hotspots DOS Delaware Checklists Downloadable Fieldtrip Schedule More Birding Resources RBAs and Listservs Delaware State List Weather and Tides Wildlife Rehabilitators Close Online DOS store Close Sign in to manage your membership Email Password Remember me Close eBird Recent eBird sightings Close Downloadable fieldtrip schedule PDF All Events This event has passed For DOS by DOS A Night of Shared Stories and Experiences December 16 2015 7 00 pm 9 00 pm Event Navigation Sea Watch ll List Head Start Take a break from the hectic holiday rush and join DOS for an evening where the membership takes the spotlight We have invited DOS members to come and share short 10 15 minute presentations talking about all things birds and birding As the holiday and Christmas Bird Count Season kicks off take this opportunity to kick back and relax for an informal evening of birding comradery Because it is the holiday season we also invite members to bring a special dish or dessert to share Catch up with fellow members and send 2015 out in style This year we have several great short presentations and there is still time for one or two more if your get the urge to present Why don t birds pass out when they fly over mountains by Lisa Smith Lisa will give us a lesson in the avian respiratory system and its adaptations for flight And maybe singing if Lisa can get her stuff in one sock Spoonies and Swiftlets by Sally O Byrne Listen to how Sally hired a Thai guide and learned about birds salt and soup in the hinterlands of Bangkok

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  • What Do Birds Eat? Examining bird dietary choices to improve avian conservation efforts - Delmarva Ornithological Society
    Field Trips Join DOS Social Facebook Twitter Close Activities Opportunities Field Trips Meetings Delaware Dunlins Youth Birding Club Bird A Thon in May More Ways to Give Citizen Science Spring Roundup Hawk Watches Wilmington Peregrine Falcon Watch Delaware Bird Records Committee Christmas Bird Counts Pea Patch Island Heron Survey Delaware Breeding Bird Atlas Delaware Backyard Birding Challenge Project SNOWstorm eBird Close Committees Conservation Delaware Bird A Thon Delaware Bayshore Initiative Bluebird Program Lights Out Wilmington Duck Stamps Publications Delmarva Ornithologist The Flyer Newsletter Archive Current Flyer Records Delaware Bird Records Committee State List and Review Species Issues Current Issues Take Action Results Archive Letters of Support Close Resources Birding DE Birding Sites Recent eBird Sightings Notable eBird Sightings Delmarva Area Hotspots DOS Delaware Checklists Downloadable Fieldtrip Schedule More Birding Resources RBAs and Listservs Delaware State List Weather and Tides Wildlife Rehabilitators Close Online DOS store Close Sign in to manage your membership Email Password Remember me Close eBird Recent eBird sightings Close Downloadable fieldtrip schedule PDF All Events This event has passed What Do Birds Eat Examining bird dietary choices to improve avian conservation efforts January 20 7 00 pm 9 00 pm Event Navigation Midwinter Beginner Bird Walk Dunlins Event Winter Holiday Party CANCELLED DUE TO SNOW Although insects serve as a vital food source for most terrestrial bird species particularly while breeding we still don t know much about which insects birds prefer as prey To address this Doug Tallamy s lab at the University of Delaware has launched a citizen science project inviting birders across the country to contribute photos of birds with insects in their bills A better understanding of avian food webs will help us better manage landscapes for avian conservation Join Ashley as she provides some insight into this important component of bird conservation

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  • Delaware Christmas Bird Count Reports and ANNUAL CHILI NIGHT - Delmarva Ornithological Society
    Twitter Close Activities Opportunities Field Trips Meetings Delaware Dunlins Youth Birding Club Bird A Thon in May More Ways to Give Citizen Science Spring Roundup Hawk Watches Wilmington Peregrine Falcon Watch Delaware Bird Records Committee Christmas Bird Counts Pea Patch Island Heron Survey Delaware Breeding Bird Atlas Delaware Backyard Birding Challenge Project SNOWstorm eBird Close Committees Conservation Delaware Bird A Thon Delaware Bayshore Initiative Bluebird Program Lights Out Wilmington Duck Stamps Publications Delmarva Ornithologist The Flyer Newsletter Archive Current Flyer Records Delaware Bird Records Committee State List and Review Species Issues Current Issues Take Action Results Archive Letters of Support Close Resources Birding DE Birding Sites Recent eBird Sightings Notable eBird Sightings Delmarva Area Hotspots DOS Delaware Checklists Downloadable Fieldtrip Schedule More Birding Resources RBAs and Listservs Delaware State List Weather and Tides Wildlife Rehabilitators Close Online DOS store Close Sign in to manage your membership Email Password Remember me Close eBird Recent eBird sightings Close Downloadable fieldtrip schedule PDF All Events This event has passed Delaware Christmas Bird Count Reports and ANNUAL CHILI NIGHT February 17 6 30 pm 9 00 pm Event Navigation Owl Trip Sea Watch IV The Delmarva Ornithological Society is excited to host their Annual Chili Night and CBC Wrap up and Review PLEASE NOTE the earlier start time of 6 30 PM for our chili festivities The formal meeting begins at 7 30 PM Come join us as Master MC Jim White will host the night s activities in reviewing the 2015 National Audubon CBC s from Delaware Listen in as each Count Circle s Compiler reports on the birds effort and surprises discovered during this 116th CBC the longest running citizen science project in North America It is also our traditional Chili Night and we encourage you to bring your favorite crock pot

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  • Shorebirds and Horseshoe Crabs: An Update from the Field with Jean Woods - Delmarva Ornithological Society
    Delaware Bird Records Committee Christmas Bird Counts Pea Patch Island Heron Survey Delaware Breeding Bird Atlas Delaware Backyard Birding Challenge Project SNOWstorm eBird Close Committees Conservation Delaware Bird A Thon Delaware Bayshore Initiative Bluebird Program Lights Out Wilmington Duck Stamps Publications Delmarva Ornithologist The Flyer Newsletter Archive Current Flyer Records Delaware Bird Records Committee State List and Review Species Issues Current Issues Take Action Results Archive Letters of Support Close Resources Birding DE Birding Sites Recent eBird Sightings Notable eBird Sightings Delmarva Area Hotspots DOS Delaware Checklists Downloadable Fieldtrip Schedule More Birding Resources RBAs and Listservs Delaware State List Weather and Tides Wildlife Rehabilitators Close Online DOS store Close Sign in to manage your membership Email Password Remember me Close eBird Recent eBird sightings Close Downloadable fieldtrip schedule PDF All Events This event has passed Shorebirds and Horseshoe Crabs An Update from the Field with Jean Woods March 16 7 00 pm 9 00 pm Event Navigation Stone Harbor Avalon NJ Sea Watch V Every spring Delaware Bay is the epicenter of both an amazing shorebird migration and spawning by tens of thousands of Horseshoe Crabs From Red Knots to Ruddy Turnstones birds arrive and depart daily taking advantage of this unique and amazing phenomenon For nearly 20 years the Delaware Shorebird Project has been there to study this event in order to better understand and protect it Join Dr Jean Woods Curator of Birds at the Delaware Museum of Natural History as she describes the research that has been going on what has been learned and what is still unknown Jean received her Ph D from the University of Michigan where she studied bird song in Bobolinks She became the Curator of Birds at the Delaware Museum of Natural History in 2001 She has held numerous workshops at the

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  • Meetings Archives - Delmarva Ornithological Society
    and Tides Wildlife Rehabilitators Online DOS store Search Custom Membership Manager Account Login Events eBird Recent eBird sightings Field Trips Meetings Join Current Flyer Menu About DOS Who we are Mission People History Partners Join us Meetings Field Trips Join DOS Social Facebook Twitter Close Activities Opportunities Field Trips Meetings Delaware Dunlins Youth Birding Club Bird A Thon in May More Ways to Give Citizen Science Spring Roundup Hawk Watches Wilmington Peregrine Falcon Watch Delaware Bird Records Committee Christmas Bird Counts Pea Patch Island Heron Survey Delaware Breeding Bird Atlas Delaware Backyard Birding Challenge Project SNOWstorm eBird Close Committees Conservation Delaware Bird A Thon Delaware Bayshore Initiative Bluebird Program Lights Out Wilmington Duck Stamps Publications Delmarva Ornithologist The Flyer Newsletter Archive Current Flyer Records Delaware Bird Records Committee State List and Review Species Issues Current Issues Take Action Results Archive Letters of Support Close Resources Birding DE Birding Sites Recent eBird Sightings Notable eBird Sightings Delmarva Area Hotspots DOS Delaware Checklists Downloadable Fieldtrip Schedule More Birding Resources RBAs and Listservs Delaware State List Weather and Tides Wildlife Rehabilitators Close Online DOS store Close Sign in to manage your membership Email Password Remember me Close eBird Recent eBird sightings Close Downloadable

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