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The Handlan Chapter of the Brooks Bird Club meets on the third Monday of each month, at 6:30 p.m. at the South Charleston Public Library . 


The Handlan Chapter of the Brooks Bird Club will have our first regular meeting of the new year on Monday,  January  9, 2017, at 6:30 p.m. at the South Charleston Public Library. Note that this is the Second Monday of the Month.

Lauren Miller, Americorp volunteer at the Canaan Valley NWR, will discuss phenology and the national data collection effort.

All folks interested in birds are invited.  Board meets at 6 pm



Please join us for the Charleston area Christmas Bird Count, Saturday, Dec 17, midnight to midnight.  Count all birds, either seen or heard.   Either email or phone your results to Doren Burrell by Wednesday, Dec 21 (g.immer@doren.net and 304-553-8592).  And consider joining us for one of the following group activities.

      8 am with Sara Miller, Naturalist, at the pool parking lot, Kanawha State Forest.

    11 to 11.30 am with Chuck Wirts and Laura Ceperley at the Ward Hollow Pond near the BridgeWater Community College, South Charleston.  (This area is usually closed to the public).  Please park near our cars in the lot across from the college.

    5 pm with Doren counting crows somewhere along Kanawha River in Charleston or S.Charleston.  Call Doren for locations.

    6 pm.  Dinner and data compilation at Schlotzsky's, 4600 MacCorkle Ave,S.Charleston.



Indices listing all the bird photographs and flower photos on this website submitted by our members have been added for your convenience. Check out some links about bird feeding. The Alice Knight Memorial