Birds

Flint Woods in Late Summer – A Walk to Remember

On a beautiful Saturday morning in September, a small group of classmates from the Fall Advanced Naturalist Club program joined Ashland Naturalist Joe Sebastiani for a class field trip to Flint Woods. Located in the piedmont region of Northern Delaware, Flint Woods is a 35-acre Delaware Nature Society (DelNature) property acquired through the generosity of …

Flint Woods in Late Summer – A Walk to Remember Read More »

Ashland Biodiversity iNaturalist Project Winner of the Month!

Delaware Nature Society started the summer iNaturalist contest on June 1 to encourage folks to visit Ashland Nature Center and use the iNaturalist app or website to record their observations. These observations are automatically pulled into the Ashland Nature Center Biodiversity iNaturalist project, where we catalogue plants and animals that observers report. For more details, …

Ashland Biodiversity iNaturalist Project Winner of the Month! Read More »

15th Annual Ashland Hawk Watch Begins!

By Joe Sebastiani, Ashland Nature Center Director. Raptor photos by David Brown, Ashland Hawk Watcher You’ve probably read the headline: 3-Billion Birds Lost Since 1970. In the U.S. and Canada, many bird species in every biome have significantly declined in the last 50 years. It isn’t just obscure species in distant remote places. Common birds …

15th Annual Ashland Hawk Watch Begins! Read More »

Ashland iNaturalist Contest Winner for July!

Delaware Nature Society started the summer iNaturalist contest on June 1 to encourage folks to visit Ashland Nature Center and use the iNaturalist app or website to record their observations. These observations are automatically pulled into the Ashland Nature Center Biodiversity iNaturalist project, where we catalogue plants and animals that observers report. For more details, …

Ashland iNaturalist Contest Winner for July! Read More »