COVID-19 Response Update, 16 April, 2020: The HMBC Board has decided to cancel all Club field trips through May 31st, 2020. The Century Run is an exception, but special guidance as provided on the event calendar applies. The May program will not be held in person, but we are considering alternatives including postponing until June or having a webinar-style presentation instead. We will continue to monitor New York State Executive Orders and guidance related to social-distancing requirements. As the details of orders and guidance are revised, we will re-evaluate whether or not to hold subsequent events. Please check frequently for any updates.


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Program: Mohawk-Hudson Land Conservancy

  • 9 Sep 2019
  • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Boght Community Firehouse, 8 Preston Drive, Cohoes (Colonie)

Speaker: Sarah Walsh

Come learn about Mohawk Hudson Land Conservancy (MHLC), who we are, what we do and more about our public and private lands. In 2018, MHLC expanded our volunteer programming to include citizen science initiatives such as wildlife cameras and eBird surveys of our lands. Learn about these initiative and how HMBC members can help us do more for birds in the Capital Region. 

Bio:  Sarah is Conservation Director for MHLC, responsible for oversight of land stewardship and assisting with property acquisitions. Sarah brings nearly ten years’ experience in habitat restoration initiatives for bird habitat, riparian and wetland areas as well as experience in protection of conservation lands, non-profit program development, and trail planning. She received a Bachelor’s degree in Wildlife Science from SUNY ESF and her Master’s degree in Science Education from the University of Albany in 2012. Sarah is an avid outdoor enthusiast who enjoys back-country skiing, mountain biking, hiking, paddling, sailing, and bird watching.

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