Please join us for one of these enjoyable outings!  Take a look
at the calendar and plan to spend some time with other CAS
members and  friends enjoying relaxing outdoor activities.  
eginners of all ages are welcome as
all trips include attention to novices.  

*Please read reports from historical field trips*
Field Trips
Chesapeake Audubon Society                             Field Trips


Saturday, January 15 - Terrapin Park (Sandy Point)
Leader:  Hugh Simmons
Join Hugh at this beautiful location for a great morning of birding on the
shores of the Chesapeake Bay.  Located by the Bay Bridge, this park offers
easy trails and a pond filled with both migrating and resident songbirds,
waterfowl, shorebirds and raptors.   If we hear of any Snow Buntings visiting
Sandy Point, we’ll stop for a look on the way home.  Join us by contacting
Hugh at 410-628-4246 before 9 PM or you can e-mail him at for information on meeting times and places.

Sunday, January 23, 1-3PM - Pickering Creek - Owls
Bird Walk-n-Talk series, Cost: $10 Adult/ $5 Child
See description on Nov. 14th event

Saturday, January 29 - 8AM Patterson Park
Please join us for our first monthly Bird Walk for 2011.  It’s always good to
see what birds have chosen to make the park their winter home and there is
usually a nice surprise at the pond.  Meet the group at the fountain, which is
in the northwest corner of the park close to the Pagoda.  No need to
register! The walk runs from 8AM to 9:30AM.  We have binoculars for you to
use if you need them.  It is a fun family activity!  Call 410-558-2473 with any

Sunday, January 30 - Delaware Beaches
Leader:  Ruth Bergstrom
We'll visit Prime Hook, Cape Henlopen State Park, and/or Delaware
Seashore State Park depending on what's being reported for wintering Bay
and Sea Ducks.  Email Ruth at or call her at 443-752-
1967 to register and for details.


Sunday, February 6, 2-4PM Pickering Creek -
Bird Walk-n-Talk, Cost:  $10 adult/$5 Child,
The new
Bird Walk n’ Talk series introduces beginning birders of all ages
to the birds found along the Delmarva Peninsula. Each month will be an
exploration of the habitat, identification and calls of different bird groups.
Naturalists will lead introductions about the monthly bird groups, then adults
and children will split up for specialized hikes. Adults learn some in-depth
identification skills and bird/habitat connections. Kids look for birds then get
to interpret their imaginations into bird crafts. Hot beverages and
homemade treats await us on our return to ease the winter chills.
Please register in advance by calling 410/822-4903. Pre-registration is
required. Children are considered ages 15 and under.
Looking for places to bird in Maryland
and surrounding areas?

Please click here for ideas and our favorite links.

Please note registration with the leader  is
mandatory - no walk ups.  You must bring a
mask and there is no sharing of optics.  We
will practice social distancing.  Thank you.


Saturday, April 10, 9:00am                        Leader: Fred Brundick        
Cromwell Valley Park, Photographing Nature      
Bring your camera and binoculars—Fred Brundick will take you around
wonderful Cromwell Valley Park. This will be a great way to get into practice
just as the flowers, butterflies, and birds are beginning to show their stuff.
To register, contact Fred at or 443-752-5607.

Saturday, April 17, 7:30am        Leader: Colleen Webster
Feathers and Flowers at Susquehanna State Park

An ideal time to enjoy emerging wildflowers, as well as early migrant
songbirds and lingering winter visitors. Meet at the parking area at the
confluence of Deer Creek and the Susquehanna River just north of Rock
Run Mill at 7:30 AM.  If you have any questions, contact Colleen at 410-459-
4577 or
Register on Meetup.


Sunday, May 2, 8am            Leader: Brad Phoebus
Milford Mill (Villa Nova Park), for warblers and other songbirds
(695, right on Liberty Road, right on Washington Ave., right on Milford Mill
Rd, right into parking area immediately after going under 695). Join Brad at
this excellent warbler migrant trap along a creek and woods; an easy mile
loop. Often during the first half of May this spot is popping with warblers and
other songbirds. To register—and ask questions about location or anything
else—contact Brad at or 443-415-9776.

Saturday May 15, 8:30am                          Leader: Fred Brundick
North Point State Park (Edgemere, MD)
North Point is a 1,310 acre park on the shores of the Chesapeake Bay.  
We’ll be searching for spring migrants and resident birds on the Marsh Trail
and bay front. Park entrance fee is $3/vehicle (have exact change). Bring
your camera as well as binoculars. To register, contact Fred at or 443-752-5607. All levels of birders welcome, scope
helpful if you have one.