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    Delaware Ornithological Society


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      Acronym: DOS
      Geographic Scope: Sub-national
      Biogeographical Realm: Nearctic
      Status: Active
      Year Established: 1963

    The mission of the Delaware Ornithological Society is "is the promotion of bird watching and the study of birds, the advancement and dissemination of ornithological knowledge, and the conservation of birds and their environment."

    We are a community of people interested in observing and enjoying birds, whether in a back yard or at one the many excellent birding sites in the area. You’ll also find people dedicated to helping conserve birds and the habitats they depend on.
    There are many opportunities to learn and grow, whether through the engaging speakers at our monthly meetings, by attending one of our many field trips with expert leaders, or by participating in one of the society’s many citizen-science projects. No matter what your interests, at DOS you’ll find a community of people with interests similar to yours.
    The activities of the DOS are centered primarily in Delaware and nearby areas. Monthly meetings are held at the Ashland Nature Center, located near Hockessin, Delaware. Field trips happen around the state and in nearby portions of Maryland and Pennsylvania. Please explore this site to learn more about the DOS and take advantage of the many resources we have gathered. Visitors are always welcome to join us for one of our monthly meetings or field trips.

    Edited by Jean Woods



    Jean Woods
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