VILLAGE OF SHERBURNE — The Chenango Bird Club continues its summer evening birdwatching series with a leisurely stroll at Rogers Center’s Cush Hill property on Wednesday, July 10.
Participants may meet in the main parking lot at Rogers Center at 6 p.m.
Birds are busy with feeding babies and teaching them how to fly and fend for themselves in July. They are often secretive, making them harder to spot, but several species are expected to be found. Cush Hill is known to be a good spot to see birds because of its open nature and mix of field and forest.
Chenango Bird Club members will point out birds’ visual field marks and songs. For those who do not have their own pair of binoculars, the club has a few extra to share.
The next Chenango Bird Club walk will be Aug. 14.
The Chenango Bird Club presents monthly programs (except January, February, and March). Nature enthusiasts of all levels and interests are invited to all Chenango Bird Club programs, free of charge, usually held at the Rogers Environmental Education Center Visitor Center.
Rogers Center is located one mile west of Sherburne Village on State Highway 80.
For more information, call club president Charlene LaFever at 607-334-9112.