High Country Audubon Society

High Country Audubon Society in Boone North Carolina is very active. Mountain Empire Birds contacted them with the idea of adding their events to our combined calendar. Because their quantity of events would possibly overwhelm our combined calendar their events will be posted here. All entries in this calendar are made by High Country Audubon Society, not MEB.

Here is a link to their website: http://www.highcountryaudubon.org/

High Country Audubon Society
POB 3746
Boone, NC. 28607

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Todd in the rain yesterday...and you thought Dodos were extinct!

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Will any birds hang around in the single digit temperatures? How about people? If you would like to find out firsthand then join Guy at Brookshire Park just east of Boone NC on the New River at 8AM Saturday. Be prepared for single digit temperatures with moderate winds--break out every warm coat and scarf you have.

As always meet at the main parking lot. Walk sponsored by High Country Audubon Society, and free and open to the public.
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Come Bird at Brookshire Park

January 6, 2018, 8:00am

HCAS member Guy McGrane leads the monthly Brookshire Park Bird & Nature Walks which are free and open to the public. There are delightful and things to discover in the park no matter what the time of year or the weather. The focus is on birds, but there are also opportunities to enjoy the flora and other wildlife in the park.

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HCAS member Guy McGrane leads the monthly Brookshire Park Bird & Nature Walks which are free and open to the public. There are delightful and things to discover in the park no matter what the time of year or the weather. The focus is on birds, but there are also opportunities to enjoy the flora and other wildlife in the park. ...

Come Bird at Brookshire Park

January 6, 2018, 8:00am

HCAS member Guy McGrane leads the monthly Brookshire Park Bird & Nature Walks which are free and open to the public. There are delightful and things to discover in the park no matter what the time of year or the weather. The focus is on birds, but there are also opportunities to enjoy the flora and other wildlife in the park.

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