Are you an OYBC student member? Are you interested
in speaking or having a poster presentation at the OYBC
If so, download the 2015 OYBC Annual Conference Speaker Proposal Form below and return it to Black Swamp Bird Observatory.
Great Job Northeast Chapter!
Thank you to all of our
OYBC NE Chapter members
for your donations to the Medina Raptor Center! The animals will benefit greatly from all the items and donations you collected. Click HERE to read more about this NE Chapter service project.
Birding by Kayak
with Toledo Metropark
July 19, 2015
9:00 AM - Noon
*Limited to 15 participants
Please check the
EVENTS & ACTIVITIES
page for field trip details
MONTHLY BIRD PHOTO ID QUIZ
Each month we'll share a bird photo and offer some informational clues about the bird and its habitat. If you're up to the challenge, follow the instructions below and you could be eligible to win a pretty cool prize from Kaufman Field Guides and Black Swamp Bird Observatory!
*Must be a current OYBC member to be eligible to win a prize.
2015 SEPTEMBER QUIZ:
"Beauty in the EYE of the beholder"
Can you identify which species these eyes belong to?
Each of these birds comes from an entirely different family, but as
individuals they all have unique eyes that set them apart from their relatives
and other birds. Whether it’s a flashy orbital ring or a showy iris, these
beautiful eyes are often overlooked or never even noticed as these birds
dart and glide past; but if you only had a fleeting glimpse of these birds’ eyes, would you be able to identify who they belong to?
[Hint: all species can be seen in Ohio, most year-round]
Send your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org with
[September 2015 Quiz] in the subject line.
At the end of the month, the winning entries
will be put into a drawing to win a copy of
Kenn Kaufman's Field Guide to Advanced Birding,
Kenn Kaufman's Field Guide to Nature of the Midwest,
or a Black Swamp Bird Observatory Winter Beanie!
June/July 2015 BIRD I.D. QUIZ:
“Take the Icterid Challenge”
No Winner for June/July Bird I.D. Quiz
1) Baltimore Oriole – Male
2) Rusty Blackbird – Male
3) Red-winged Blackbird – Female
4) Orchard Oriole – Male
5) Bobolink – Female
6) Orchard Oriole – Male
Canton Audubon Society
Association of Ohio
Kaufman Field Guides
Kirtland Bird Club
The Wilderness Center
Global Conservation Connections
Hochstetler Milling, Ltd.
Erbco Custom Cover