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Southern Adirondack Audubon Society

Protecting the environment through the preservation of natural habitats
 and the advancement of environmental education

Birding the Hudson River
Building Bluebird Houses
Learning about
                invasive plants

Whether it's birding the Hudson River, building bluebird nestboxes, or learning about native plants, our members always enjoy the fellowship and fun of our field trips and workshops.  Check the schedule below for something that interests you and join the fun!

Field Trip & Local Natural History Events Calendar

December 1, 2018

January 5, 2019 

February 2, 2019

March 2, 2019

Bird walks start at 8:00am sharp!

"1st Saturday Bird Walks"

Join SAAS President John Loz and Ray Perry, past Director of Five Rivers Environmental Education Center, for the "1st Saturday Bird Walks" along the beautiful Spring Run Trail in Saratoga Springs, NY!

This bird walk series will follow in the footsteps of some of the more noted 19th century naturalists and ornithologists who would regularly walk the areas around their homes or along a country road, recording what birds, animals, and plants are seen, how habitat changes over the seasons, and how each interplays with one another. Seeing the same area over time and the change of seasons can be quite instructive and the Spring Run Trail offers a variety of habitats for seeing those changes.

ALL skill levels are welcome!

Meet at the Spring Run Trail parking area located on East Ave. near the corner of East Ave. and Excelsior Ave.

If parking area is full, you can park just slightly down the road of Excelsior Ave. in the EBI Beverage Center parking lot, which is adjacent to the Spring Run Trail.

Please take time to familiarize yourself with the SAAS Field Trip Guidelines