Friends of Bombay Hook Bird Club

FOBH Bird Club



Join us! The Friends' Bird Club focuses on field trips in the fall, winter and spring. Some trips are on the refuge, but others take us to interesting birding sites throughout the region. Everyone, from beginner to veteran expert, is welcome. This is a great way to learn more about birds. If you're an expert, this is a great opportunity to share your knowledge and talk with other birders.

Our next bird walks are:

Date Walk Description
Sunday, October 9 Late migrants and early waterfowl at Bombay Hook.
Sunday, November 13 Sparrows! From Bombay Hook to the Little Creek Wildlife Area with stops along the way.
Saturday, December 3 Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge near Cambridge, MD
Sunday, December 18 Waterfowl at Bombay Hook.
Sunday, January 1 The Bird Club’s traditional New Year’s Day trip to the Indian River Inlet and nearby areas. A wonderful way to start the year!
Sunday, January 15 Private tour of Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge. Led by Terry Willis and Eileen McLellan.
Mid-February – mid-March Moore’s Lake in Dover and adjoining woods. Led by Chris Fox. Details TBD depending on weather and birds.
Sunday, March 12 Bombay Hook. Led by Marcia Poling.
March Woodcock Walk at Bombay Hook, late afternoon. Date and time dependent upon the weather and birds.
Sunday, April 15 Early migrants at Bombay Hook. Led by Bruce Lantz.
Friday, April 28 White Clay Creek State Park. Led by Marcia Poling.
Saturday, May 6 Blackbird State Forest, Townsend. Led by John Dunn.
Saturday, June 10 Delaware City Herons. Led by Bruce Lantz.
Sunday, August 20 Woodland Beach and environs, north of Bombay Hook. Led by Randy Murphy.

Meeting places and times, schedule changes and last minute updates are sent by email. To be on the list, please contact Hannah McLennan at hmclennan@comcast.net.


eBird.org
eBird's list of Bombay Hook's bird entries.
eBird is a real-time, online checklist program that has revolutionized the way the birding community reports and accesses information about birds. Launched in 2002 by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and National Audubon Society, eBird provides rich data sources for basic information on bird abundance and distribution.