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Tundra Swans – “The Fly”, Pine Plains

Visiting the area? Please refer to our extensive Where to Bird guide to birding in Dutchess County.

Also check our Field Trip calendar for information on upcoming trips.

If you have an injured or orphaned bird, you need a wildlife rehabilitator. In the interest of helping the animal in need, please do not contact the people on this list. Instead, see our Injured, Orphaned, and Nuisance Birds page for contact information.

If you need information or have suggestions on the topics below, please use the following email contacts:

  • Membership or contributions, Steve Golladay :
  • Programs or speakers, John Askildsen :
  • Field trips, Wednesday: Adrienne Popko, Weekend: Barbara Michelin :
  • Rare and notable bird alerts, Alan Peterson :
  • Records, Barbara Butler :
  • Bird census, Adrienne Popko :
  • Bluebird trails, Susan Gilnack :
  • Newsletter, Barbara Michelin :
  • Educational programs, Frank Margiotta :
  • Conservation, Kelly Liao :
  • Website, Janet Allison :

Club Officers

  • President David Grover :
  • Vice President (open) :
  • Treasurer Claudius Feger :
  • Corresponding Secretary Susan Joseph :

Or by USPS Mail

Ralph T. Waterman Bird Club, Inc.
P.O. Box 487
Lagrangeville, NY 12540


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