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September Newsletter

Audubon Society of Greater Cleveland Presents
September Newsletter
Saturday Backyard Naturalists Series and Field Outings are free and open to the public.

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LECTURE PROGRAM

 

 

Audubon Society of Greater Cleveland invites you to our
Saturday Afternoon Backyard Naturalist Series
Crickets and Katydids in Concert
Saturday, September 20 3:00-5:00 PM
Dr. Lisa Rainsong Cleveland Institute of Music

Have you wondered about the crickets and katydids singing in the meadows, trees, and pond edges on summer nights and early autumn afternoons? Dr. Lisa Rainsong, faculty member at the Cleveland Institute of Music, will introduce you to the insect musicians of late summer and which ones have been singing at the Novak and Audubon Sanctuaries
SABN programs are held at the Novak Education Center, 381 Townline Road, Aurora.

 

 

 

FIELD OUTING
Annual Fringed Gentian Hike
Saturday, September 20, 2014, 2:30 PM
Led by Jim Tomko

See what dazzled and inspired authors and poets like William Cullen Bryant, Emily Dickinson and Henry David Thoreau to write about the beauty of this native wildflower. These rare flowers are losing ground due to housing developments, loss of wet soils, excess mowing and the use of herbicides. The amazing and delicate blue blossoms are something to behold. In addition to the Fringed Gentian we also see Closed or Bottle Gentian in bloom, some of the last flowers to bloom for the season. Meet at Aurora Audubon Sanctuary in the Audubon Parking lot on the north side of Pioneer Trail a few hundred yards east of Page Road in Aurora.

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The Audubon Society of Greater Cleveland (ASGC) promotes the conservation and appreciation of birds and other wildlife through habitat preservation and educational activities. It is a chapter of the National Audubon Society and is one of northeast Ohio’s oldest continuously operating environmental organizations; founded in 1928. ASGC now has over 1,200 members throughout NE Ohio and owns over 500 acres of land protected as both Audubon Sanctuaries and Ohio State Nature Preserves. It restored and renovated a building located in the Audubon Blanche Katherine Novak Sanctuary as a regional Novak Education Center.

For a slide show "Introduction to Birding", click here
For a slide show "Life Cycles of Migratory Birds", click here
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