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Basha Kill Area Association is holing a Nature Watch, 10am-4pm. Join trained volunteers at boat launch across from 1131 South Road to learn about nesting bald eagles and more wildlife of the beautiful Basha Kill wetland. Weekends until June 28. Powerful spotting scopes, lots of information, family friendly.

For More Information: 
Patricia Diness
Contact Phone #: 
845/386-5024

34th Annual Basha Kill Clean-up

April 18, 2015

34th Annual Basha Kill Clean-up. Register 9-10am, Haven Rd., just off Rt. 209 south of Wurtsboro. Wear gloves, insect repellent; garbage bags provided. Sponsored by the Basha Kill Area Association who hosts free picnic lunch afterwards. Bring chair to dine. Door prizes, BKAA merch for sale.

For More Information: 
Paula Medley
Contact Phone #: 
845/754-0743

Early Spring Waterfowl Migration

March 21, 2015

Early Spring Waterfowl Migration, 8am. Meet walk leader John Haas, author of "A Birding Guide to Sullivan County," at Haven Road, off Route 209 south of Wurtsboro. An array of early ducks, geese and mergansers; additional species. Bring binocs or scope. Boots suggested. Sponsored by Basha Kill Area Association.

For More Information: 
John Haas
Contact Phone #: 
845/888-0240

Nature Watch Training

March 14, 2015

Nature Watch Training, 9am-12pm. Hall of Community Church, 134 Sullivan St. Become Basha Kill Area Association Volunteer. Learn about birds of the Kill, including bald eagles and ospreys, for the Nature Watch Program. After training, sign up for three, 3-hour shifts on Sat.

For More Information: 
Maryallison Farley
Contact Phone #: 
845/888-0261

Take Your Valentine Cross Country Skiing

February 15, 2015

Take Your Valentine Cross Country Skiing at the Basha Kill’s flat terrain of the D&H Canal towpath, 10am. 3 hours. Weather permitting, meet at Haven Road, off Route 209 south of Wurtsboro. Register. Sponsored by the Basha Kill Area Association, group for this unique wetland. thebashakill.org.

For More Information: 
Mike Medley
Contact Phone #: 
845/754-0743

Cross Country Skiing

January 17, 2015

Cross Country Skiing. 10am. Flat terrain on D&H Canal towpath in Basha Kill. Beginner to intermediate. 3 hours. Weather permitting, meet at Haven Road, off Route 209 south of Wurtsboro. Register. Sponsored by the Basha Area Association, watchdog group for this unique wetland. thebashakill.org.

For More Information: 
Mike Medley
Contact Phone #: 
845/754-0743

Falling Colors 8K Run & 5K Walk

November 1, 2014

Sullivan Striders 14th annual Falling Colors 8K Run & 5K Walk at Emerald Green Entertainium, 147 Old Sackett Lake Rd. Supports the Sullivan Striders Scholarship Fund benefiting Sullivan County high school graduating seniors. Register early for discount at www.zippyreg.com.

For More Information: 
www.sullivanstriders.org

Eagle Watch Bus Tour

February 7, 2014

Join the Delaware Highlands Conservancy and learn about eagles in our region, their habitat, and how they returned from the brink of extinction while you take a scenic drive with an expert guide. Seats are limited and reservations are required; $15 for members, $20 for non-members. 570/226-3164.

For More Information: 
http://delawarehighlands.org/newsevents/
Contact Phone #: 
570/226-3164

Eagle Watch Bus Tour

January 31, 2015

Join the Delaware Highlands Conservancy and learn about eagles in our region, their habitat, and how they returned from the brink of extinction while you take a scenic drive with an expert guide on a heated bus and look for eagles. Seats are limited and reservations are required; $15 for members, $20 for non-members. 570/226-3164.

For More Information: 
http://delawarehighlands.org/newsevents/
Contact Phone #: 
570/226-3164

Eagle Watch Bus Tour

January 17, 2015

Join the Delaware Highlands Conservancy and learn about eagles in our region, their habitat, and how they returned from the brink of extinction while you take a scenic drive with an expert guide on a heated bus and look for eagles. Seats are limited and reservations are required; $15 for members, $20 for non-members. 570/226-3164.

For More Information: 
http://delawarehighlands.org/newsevents/
Contact Phone #: 
570/226-3164
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