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  • Delaware Dunlins Youth Birding Club - Delmarva Ornithological Society
    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 Latest Posts Sort All Delaware Bird A Thon Delaware Dunlins Events Field Trip Advertising Uncategorized 2016 Winter Spring Schedule January 6 2016 New Castle County Big Day for the Delaware Bird A Thon April 23 2015 New site July 8 2014 World Series of Birding May 16 2014 Bombay Christmas Bird Count January 16 2014 The Delaware Dunlins are the Youth Birding Group of the Delmarva Ornithological Society DOS About Youth Birding The Delaware Dunlins Youth Birders Club is a group of school aged young people who enjoy the excitement and experience of watching birds The club is sponsored and supported by the Delmarva Ornithological Society a regional birding club dedicated to the study and appreciation of birdlife on the Delmarva Peninsula Who can participate School age children ages 6 to 18 are eligible to

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  • Delaware Bird-A-Thon - Delmarva Ornithological Society
    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 2016 Delaware Bird A Thon Birding For Conservation Makes Cents Why Participate This is an opportunity for you to contribute to the well being of birds in Delaware Printable Brochure Spend a few hours an afternoon or all day enjoying nature and watching migratory birds in the name of bird conservation Through an alliance with DNREC and The Conservation Fund America s foremost non profit conservation organization dedicated to protecting wildlife habitat 98 of all proceeds will go directly toward purchasing and enhancing land in Delaware This land can provide vital migratory habitat for species such as the Red Knot It s a great way to help the birds and qualify for some fantastic prizes And make plans to attend the Bird a thon fundraiser on April 26th at the Delaware Distilling Company in Rehoboth see announcement below Click below to give to the Delaware Bird a thon Pledge Form Bird a thon Checklist What is a Bird A Thon A Bird A Thon is a fundraiser much like a walk a thon or bike a thon where individuals or teams count the number of different bird species seen or heard in a 24 hour period Each participant collects pledges from family friends relatives neighbors or businesses for each species found The goal of the Delaware Bird A Thon is to raise funds to protect and restore habitat for migratory shorebirds In addition 10 of Bird A Thon funds will be used for a DOS

    Original URL path: http://www.dosbirds.org/get-involved/delaware-bird-thon/ (2016-04-24)
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  • More Ways to Give - Delmarva Ornithological Society
    Schedule More Birding Resources RBAs and Listservs Delaware State List Weather 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

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  • Citizen Science - Delmarva Ornithological Society
    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 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 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

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  • Spring Roundup - Delmarva Ornithological Society
    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 Spring Roundup DOS has conducted a statewide spring census annually for close to 50 years a half century of citizen science and fun Saturday May 9 2015 marks the 47th consecutive year where species and individual numbers of birds are counted and documented exactly like a Christmas Bird Count The Spring Count with its traditional label Roundup is unique to Delaware We are small enough to pull off a statewide survey each spring but we need volunteers to keep it a success The Spring Roundup coincides with the annual DOS Bird A Thon fundraiser We recommend combining your efforts for both the Roundup and the Thon to contribute to Citizen Science and raise money for acquiring bird habitat at the same time All levels of birding beginner to expert are welcomed Below is the list of area compilers that are waiting to hear from you

    Original URL path: http://www.dosbirds.org/activities/spring-roundup/ (2016-04-24)
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  • Hawk Watches - Delmarva Ornithological Society
    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 Delaware has two hawk watches that have professional counters from September 1 through November 30 They are located along the Atlantic coast at Cape Henlopen State Park Lewes and in the rolling hills of the Piedmont at Ashland Nature Center Hockessin Both Hawk Watches seek volunteers to help scan the skies and record data and warmly welcome visitors The two are quite different in their geographical locations so a different population of birds flyover each one The migrating raptors that fly south over Cape Henlopen are following the coast either coming from Cape May NJ or following the Delaware River to its mouth Birds flying over Ashland are following the ridges of the Piedmont and most are believed to head South via the Western side of the Chesapeake Cape Henlopen Hawk Watcher Jen Ottinger The DOS hawk watches are very dependent on volunteers to help and both welcome any birders at any time In fact the hawk watches are often at the center of autumn Delaware birding activities Each Hawk Watch site hosts a Big Sit during the second weekend in October and on any weekend you will find a good number of birders at the watch sites enjoying the spectacle Ashland Hawk Watcher Sharon Ellison Photo by Joe Sebastiani Both report data to the HMANA Hawk Migration Association of North America data base and contribute to the understanding of

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  • Wilmington Peregrine Falcon Watch - Delmarva Ornithological Society
    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 Welcome to one of the webcams for Wilmington s breeding pair of Peregrine Falcons We know you will enjoy this opportunity to watch these amazing birds as they go through courtship egg laying hatching and fledging of the new falcons Now in it s sixth year the Wilmington Peregrine Falcon Webcam Project has successfully streamed the falcons behavior and life and death events into the homes offices and classrooms of thousands of loyal viewers In January of 2016 we replaced a single camera with two HD cameras with sound and close up viewing for an even more intimate view of the falcons To make all of this possible partnerships have been formed to financially support the costs associated with the equipment installation and streaming of the webcam Our generous supporters and sponsors include Pepco Holdings Delmarva Power United States Fish Wildlife Service DNREC Wild Birds Unlimited Hockessin Delmarva Ornithological Society Citigroup Inc Buccini Pollin Group and numerous Facebook viewers and fans We truly hope you return often to experience this cherished look into the lives of Wilmington s Peregrine Falcons and their family to be For additional resources on our falcons please visit the falcons Facebook page for further updates For some history on the falcons please visit Wilmington Falcons Please click on this link for another view of the nest box You may want to turn down the volume due to the ventilation system operating on the same floor as the nest box You can double click to enter full screen or click

    Original URL path: http://www.dosbirds.org/committees/conservation/wilmington-peregrine-falconwatch/ (2016-04-24)
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  • Records - Delmarva Ornithological Society
    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 The Delaware Bird Records Committee is charged with maintaining the Delaware State List of Bird Species which consists of all bird species accepted as having been observed in Delaware A subset of this list is the Delaware Review List which are extremely rare species for which the committee requests documentation from observers to document their presence in the state 2014 2015 Committee Members Jim White President Frank Rohrbacher Secretary Chris Bennett Anthony Gonzon John Janowski You are encouraged to submit records of unusual sightings in Delaware to Frank Rohrbacher DBRC Secretary 5 Neva Court Wilmington DE 19810 by regular or e mail Detailed

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