Warbler Walk Results 2017     Warbler Walk Results 2016    
Spring 2017 Schedule       Club Brochure
April Newsletter    Course Schedule
  CY-Hawk Big Day Rules
2016 Christmas Bird Count results     Spring Count Results to 2016 


Field Trips are free and open to the public. Meeting place varies and is noted in the schedule. Carpooling is encouraged and figured out at the designated meeting place and time. Some trips are accessible to people with disabilities.
Meetings
are held at the Robert A. Lee Recreation Center, Room A, 220 S. Gilbert St., Iowa City, generally at 7 p.m. on the third Thursday of the month.
E-mail: info@icbirds.org

Spring 2017 Schedule

Sept 21, Thursday, 7 p.m. Meeting. Mark Madsen, former President of Bur Oak Land Trust, will present “Hidden Gems in Johnson County”.
Sept 30, Sat, 7:00 AM Grammer Grove Hawk Watch. Target Birds are Merlins, Peregrines, Broad-wings, and Sharp-Shinned Hawks. Grammer Grove WA is a lovely wooded area on the Iowa River, 1hr 50m away, near Marshalltown. We’ll start by birding it’s woodland trails then take a seat and enjoy the hawk watch. Bring a chair, and bag lunch. Meet at the Coralville Kohl's parking lot, across from McD's. ICBC Leader: Elizabeth Aubrey, Hawk Watch Leader: Mark Proescholdt
October 4, Wednesday, 8 a.m. Kent Park Bird Walk. Meet at the Conservation Education Center.
October 8, Sunday, 8 a.m. Tailwater Riverwalk Trail for fall migrants. This 1⁄4-mile paved, accessible trail below the Coralville Dam offers multiple habitats including river, woodland edge, and wet forest bottomland. Option for those wanting additional hiking is Woodpecker Trail, wrapping up before noon. Meet at the south end of the parking row at the Devonian Fossil Gorge. Leader: Linda Rudolph, 319-325-8393.
October 14, Saturday, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Hawk Watch at Stainbrook Preserve, located along Mehaffey Bridge Road just north of Sugar Bottom Recreation Area. Join us on the hill to watch for migrating raptors. At nearby Macbride Nature-Rec. Area, there will be hawk watching at Bluestem Shelter with the Iowa Raptor Project staff, and live raptor presentations at the Raptor Center at 10:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Chris Edwards, 319-430-4732.
October 18, Wednesday, 8 a.m. Kent Park Bird Walk. Meet at the Conservation Education Center.
October 19, Thursday, 7 p.m. Meeting. Marlene Ehresman, Exec Dir of Iowa Wildlife Center in Ames :“Bats of Iowa”.

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Western Kingbird 6/1/17
Iowa/Johnson Co. Rd
where Grabin Rd becomes 160th St

Eastern Bluebird (m) 5/26/17
Taft Speedway
ICBC club logo species: Tufted Titmouse
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Raptor Advocacy, Rehabilitation, and Education Project (RARE) now covers the region of the state that Macbride Raptor Project used to cover. Their hotline is 319-248-9770. For more information click here. The group’s web site is http://theraregroup.org/
Feb 12-15 Great Backyard Bird Count Results http://gbbc.birdcount.org
Iowa Young Birders 
Final 2015 Warbler Walk Results   Final 2014 Warbler Walk Results

Dec 14, Sun. Iowa City Christmas Bird Count Results
Results: Great Backyard Bird Count http://gbbc.birdcount.org/
Feb 14-17, Great Backyard Bird Count
. For results see http://www.birdsource.org/gbbc.
2012 CBC Record: 81 Species
 
2012 Highlights
Band Codes   
Iowa Breeding Bird Atlas    
Spring Breeding Bird Atlas Newsletter   
Types of Chimney Swift Towers       Epidonax ID

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Pileated Woodpecker 2/21/09
Cottage Reserve, Lake Macbride

Remembering Richard Lynch

Photo Gallery 1 (Sep 2004 to Dec 2008)
Photo Gallery 2
(Dec 2008 to Apr 2010)
Photo Gallery 3 (From May 2010)
Mark Brown's 2011 Arizona photos
Mark Brown's Arctic Tern at Lake Macbride

See birds of Hickory Hill Park
Jim Scheib's Mexican Sampler Mar 2010
Mark Brown's 2010 Florida photos
Mark Brown's 2010 Arizona photos
Mark Brown's
California IOU trip photos
Ken Lowder's Brazil Sampler SepRt 2009
D
ick Lynch's photos at Lacey Keosauqua May 7, 2009
Jim and Sharon Scheib's Yucatan Sampler Jan 2009
Jim Durbin's Birds of Iowa

Great Backyard Bird Count web site and results: http://www.birdsource.org/gbbc/


Raptor Advocacy, Rehabilitation, and Education Project (RARE) now covers the region of the state that Macbride Raptor Project used to cover. Their hotline is 319-248-9770. For more information click here. The group’s web site is www.theraregroup.org.

We advise anyone finding an injured raptor to place it in a box just slightly larger than the bird with a few small holes for ventilation. It is important NOT TO GIVE IT FOOD OR WATER. Allow the raptor to rest in the box, in a cool quiet place, until it can be picked up by a volunteer. "


Ivory-billed identification        Ivory-billed Woodpecker Paper April 2011    State of the Birds Report
Cedar Rapids Audubon      Quad City Audubon Society      Iowa Ornithologists' Union      Eastern Iowa Outdoors Blog

Riverview Birding Group
, Clinton, Iowa: Call Linda Boardsen at (563) 242-9297

THE PHOTO GALLERY

Johnson Co Birding Map

Hawkeye Wildlife Area Map

Waterworks Prairie Park Map

7/14/09
Donelsons in Australia

IBA Checklist pdf download

2009 Christmas Count Report

Table of Xmas Counts from 1990

May Warbler Walk Reports

Spring Counts pdf

Mission: "To promote the  enjoyment, study, and conservation of birds in their natural habitats."
Meetings: 7:00 pm business meeting and speaker or program,
usually on  the 3rd Thursday (September - May, but not December)
at Room A, Robert A. Lee Community Rec. Center, 220 S. Gilbert St.
Field trips, leave from different locations depending on the trip destination.
Kent Park Bird Walks leave from
the Conservation Education Center in the NE corner of the park.
See Kent Park Map.
Also: Kent Park location map

Destinations may be changed; please contact the leader in advance if you plan to meet the group at the trip destination.
Newsletter: The Eastern Iowa Birdwatch is published three times per year  (usually April, September, and December). Archive of Past Issues 


Please send your annual membership dues to
Larry Mahoney 2223 Cae Dr., Iowa City, 52246.
Annual dues per household are $15 for a paper subscription,
$10 for an email subscription,
and $10 for students.
Make checks payable to “Eastern Iowa Birdwatch”.
Members receive a 10% discount on birdseed and suet at
Ace Hardware at 600 N. Dodge Street, Iowa City, and
Forever Green Garden Center at 125 Forevergreen Rd., Coralville.
Annual membership dues
are payable January 1st for the coming year..
E-mail: treas@icbirds.org
Check your mailing label for the year through which you have paid.

NOTE: Spring Beginning Birder Course free to members.


Get your dues back in no time
10% discount
on bird feed with membership card at
Lenoch & Cilek Ace Hardware
600 N Dodge St

Iowa City, IA 52245
Phone: 319.354.4112

Also at Forever Green Nursery
on Forever Green Rd.

Area birders should also consider membership in IOU.
Click here for IOU membership form.

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