Queens County Bird Club Inc.
Whether you're a beginner or an expert; like short trips or birding all day you will feel at home

The Queens County Bird Club Inc. is a "Full Service" organization of naturalists.
a 501C3 tax-exempt charitable organization

  • Feed Those Hungry Birds!
    With the rapid appearance of winter, it is imperative that we maintain the feeders in Forest Park. You can help out by making a contribution to the seed fund! Its easy to do, and the birds will thank you!!

    Just go to our Feeder Station Page >HERE< and follow the link to make a donation of any size.

    The birds will thank you too!

    If you can help keep the feeders stocked, please contact Jean Loscalzo at DM5708 at AOL.com to join the team of volunteers.
    Posted Nov 16, 2018, 10:20 AM by Arie Gilbert
  • 2018 NYSOA 71st Annual Meeting and NYS Birders Conference

    This year’s New York State Ornithological Association Annual Meeting will be held Friday-Sunday October 5-7 in the Rochester suburb of Henrietta, NY, hosted by Burroughs Audubon Nature Club and Rochester Birding Association. This conference will be chock-full of exciting field trips, terrific speakers, a Friday night buffet followed by two workshops, and a Saturday evening banquet featuring keynote speaker Greg Miller, the birder whose Big Year was the basis of the movie and book, The Big Year.
    The early-bird deadline to register is fast approaching - August 15. 
    For details about the meeting and to print registration forms, visit www.nybirds.org or www.bancny.org.  

    ONLINE REGISTRATION can be found here:    https://rochesterbirding.com/nysoa-reg/

    Posted Jul 14, 2018, 6:05 AM by Arie Gilbert
  • Contest!!
    It's the 100th anniversary of the 'Migratory Bird Act'. To celebrate, QCBC is having a contest to design a T-shirt. The image will be limited to 8x10, and should include the words: "100th Anniversary Migratory Bird Act" and Queens County Bird Club.

    Multiple submissions are okay. Submissions will be judged at the April meeting. The winner will receive a complimentary T-shirt and our gratitude; members will be able to purchase a winning T-shirt from the club.
    Posted Jan 19, 2018, 9:45 AM by Arie Gilbert
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Queens County Bird Club
Since 1932

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