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Summer Camp

Summer 2016

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Program Update

This week the Wednesay morning bird walk will be headed to Napatree Point in Westerly. We will be able to use the parking lot at Misquimacut Swim Club.  That is the last parking lot next to the beach on Napatree Point. This walk can be difficult for some.  We will meet at 9:15am. Please bring water and sunscreen. We will meet at 9:15. 


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May Free Bird Walks


It's a great time to start your BIG YEAR in a LITTLE STATE with these free bird walks every weekday in May.

The Audubon Society of Rhode Island is promoting a BIG YEAR IN A LITTLE STATE in the spirit of the famous competition. Funds raised through the competition will be used to further Audubon's mission of protecting birds and their habitats through education and advocacy. 

Everyday in May Free Bird Walks

Mondays: Spring Migrants at Maxwell Mays Wildlife Refuge
Maxwell Mays Wildlife Refuge, 2082 Victory Highway, Coventry, RI; Every Wednesday in May; 8:00-10:00 am; Ages: Adult.

Tuesdays: Birding at Fort Wildlife Refuge - May 10th walk has been canceled
Fort Nature Refuge, (Rt. 5), 1443 Providence Pike, North Smithfield, RI; Every Monday in May; 8 am; Ages: Adult.

Wednesday Morning Bird Walk
Destinations determined weekly, please visit the Audubon's Facebook Page for location: Every Wednesday at 9am through June 2016.

Thursdays: Eppley Bird Walks
Marion Eppley Wildlife Refuge, Dugway Bridge Road, West Kingston, RI; Every Thursday in May; 8:00-10:00 am; Ages: Adult.

Fridays: Birding at Fisherville Brook
Fisherville Brook Wildlife Refuge, 99 Pardon Joslin Road, Exeter, RI; Every Friday in May; 8:15 am; Ages: Adult.

It's always good to let us know you're coming ... so we don't leave without you! Click Here to Register.  Program updates, cancellations or changes in time will be posted on our wesite and Facebook page.  Registered participants will receive notice by email.

Providence Peregrine Webcam



Perched high above the streets of Providence, 30 floors up, they inhabit the very top of what is perhaps Providence's most recognizable building (often referred to as the Superman Building.)

Yet the "new" family of Peregrine Falcons is always in the camera's eye. 

In an arrangement involving the building owner, Audubon Society of Rhode Island, Cox Business and other private donors, the Peregrine Falcon nesting box can be viewed live online thanks to the cameras trained on the magnificent raptors who have made their home there for over a decade.


Asian Longhorned Beetle


The Asian Longhorned Beetle (ALB) is an invasive insect that feeds on certain species of hardwood trees, eventually killing them. The ALB most likely came to the United States inside wood packing material from Asia. Since it was first discovered in Brooklyn, New York in 1996, the beetle has caused tens of thousands of trees to be destroyed in Illinois, Massachusetts, New Jersey and New York.

If the ALB were to become established here, it could become one of the most destructive and costly pests ever to enter the United States. If we don't find and stop the ALB, we'll lose more than trees. We'll lose industries worth billions of dollars - and wildlife habitats too. Our yards and neighborhoods will take decades to recover.

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