Meetings

Blue Grosbeaks and Indigo Buntings, from New York State Museum, “Annual report” (1902), Biodiversity Heritage Library

Upcoming Meetings

The Mearns Club meets at 7:00 pm every second Monday of the month from September through May. At the meetings, a club member or an outside speaker gives a presentation about his or her birding travels or studies.

September 10

Join Mearns Club member Alan Wells for a presentation titled Birds of the Stony Point Battlefield—Then and Now.

October 15, 2018

Dave Baker, Birding Northern California

November 5, 2018

Bill Fiero, Birding Ecuador

December 10, 2018

Members Night, Mearns-Share-a-Thon

January 2019

Max Garfinkle, Ongoing Studies of Blue-winged and Golden-winged Warblers in the Hudson Highlands

February 2019

No meeting

March 2019

Kathryn Schneider, Birding the Hudson Valley

Solitary Sandpiper, Stewart State Forest. Photo by Bill Fiero.

Meeting Location

Meetings are held in the second-floor library of the Washingtonville Middle School, in Washingtonville, New York. Please note that if the Washingtonville schools are closed because of inclement weather, the meeting is cancelled! 

Please also note that owing to security changes at the school, the front door will remain locked. We’ll position one of our members at the door to let everyone in until 10 or 15 minutes after the start of the meeting. This may pose a problem for any latecomers. We’ll work on a solution to this issue.

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Presentation Chair

If you’re interested in making a presentation to our club (a small stipend is available), please contact Program Chair Alan Wells at awells@bestweb.net.

Red-throated Loon, George’s Island Park. Photo by Maryangela Buskey.