Whiskey Hollow Birding Field Trip iCal

Saturday, May 25 2013 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Whiskey Hollow & Vicinity

Saturday, May 25, ¾ day

Joe Brin 638-8309


Whiskey Hollow is a protected, unique area owned by CNY Land Trust (formerly Save the County) and offering caves, natural springs, and trails through mature, deep woods. The National Audubon Society has named the Hollow an Important Bird Area, and it has been a favorite spot for local birders since 1960. According to BirdWatchingDaily.com, a recent New York State Breeding Bird Atlas block including Whiskey Hollow listed 85 species as possible breeders, with 58 species eventually confirmed. This field trip will scour the Hollow for spring migrants and breeding birds, including several Vireos, Cerulean, Hooded, and Mourning Warblers, Scarlet Tanager, and Barred Owl, which nests there, as well as Acadian Flycatcher, a bird found only a few places in Region 5. Moderate to difficult due to a few steep, muddy trails. Contact Joe Brin at the number above for more information and to register for the trip.

For more information:
Joe Brin
(315) 638-8309
May 2017
Geneva Office:
3568 Lenox Rd.
Geneva, NY 14456
(315) 781-7000
News fax (315) 781-7077
Auburn Office:
5998 Experimental Rd.
Auburn, NY 13021
(315) 258-0937
Dundee/Penn Yan office:
30 Main St.
Dundee, NY 14837
(607) 243-7158
Canandaigua Office:
3070 County Road 10
Canandaigua,NY 14424
(585) 394-1550
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