- Osprey Platform Installation in One Minute
- Purple Martin Banding
- Guilford Yacht Club Osprey Platform Replacement
- Osprey Platform Replacement near Bayberry Creek Marina, Guilford
- Menunkatuck Audubon Society October 2014 Members Meeting
- Project Limulus: Horseshoe Crab Survey and Tagging
- Purple Martins-B7
- Horizon Wings
- Bald Eagle at King Robinson
- Red-tailed Hawk eating breakfast
- King/Robinson School Digiscoping Video
See what Menunkatuck volunteers accomplish in one minute!
CT DEEP’s Geoff Krukar explains how and why Purple Martins are banded.
The Menunkatuck Chapter of the National Audubon Society replaces a rotting osprey platform at the Guilford Yacht Club.
In the opening shot, you can see in what bad shape this platform was before it was replaced.
Guest speaker Brian Kleinman from Riverside Reptiles Educational Programs
Menunkatuck Audubon Society (MAS) participates in Project Limulus, in conjunction with Sacred Heart University, to tag and monitor horseshoe crabs along the Guilford, CT shoreline.
Read more about Project Limulus here.
Menunkatuck Audubon Society maintains six Purple Martin apartment complexes at Hammonasset Beach State Park. A record 115 martins fledged in 2010 including all seven in one of the apartments.
Follow the birds from the first egg laid to their fledging.
Read more about Purple Martins here.
Horizon Wings Raptor Rehabilitation and Education visited King/Robinson Magnet School in New Haven on June 18. Mary-Beth Kaeser and Jeanne Wadsworth brought an American kestrel, a broad-winged hawk, a peregrine falcon, and a great-horned owl to show the school’s students.
The program was sponsored by Menunkatuck Audubon Society as part of its adoption of King/Robinson.
On January 13, 2010, a Bald Eagle visited King/Robinson Magnet School in New Haven, CT. The eagle settled in a tree outside the 7th and 8th grade science classroom. Mrs Sullivan, the teacher, had two of the 8th graders get the spotting scope and camera and the students recorded the eagle as it ate the gull.
King/Robinson has been adopted by Menunkatuck Audubon Society. Menunkatuck has given the school binoculars, spotting scopes, and other optics for the science classroom. The purchase of the optics was supported by grants from the Society of Women Environmental Professionals and the Audubon Shop of Madison, CT.
Back in December, early in the morning, we were walking to school and saw a Red-tailed Hawk eating a gull right in front of our school. So Mrs Sullivan said to get the scope and take pictures before it left. Here they are!