Welcome to our New Members
March - The Veep's Peep
Kudos to those who braved the cold wintry weather with the payoff of seeing large numbers of ducks and quite a few sightings of uncommon ducks around Greensboro in February. Nevertheless, many are welcoming warmer, spring-like temperatures, anticipating the brightening of breeding plumage and return of spring migrants.
Are you wondering what you might see in March? Check out the Resources page and scroll down to see a spring arrivals list composed by PBC member Dr. Lynn Moseley of birds that migrate through or spend the summer in Guilford County.
You can get involved in improving the environment by picking up trash at Greensboro Country Park on March 8. Also, you may want to plan ahead to help with the PBC exhibit at the Earth Day Event at KCEF Library on April 5.
At the PBC monthly meeting on March 20, Mike Dunn, naturalist and recently retired Coordinator of Teacher Education at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, will share experiences from 30 years of travel to extraordinary natural areas, featuring Pocosin Lakes and Mattamuskeet National Wildlife Refuges.
For more details on PBC events and how to participate, visit the calendar and/or read about them in the Yearbook. Not a member? Come along anyway. You might like what you see.
PBC Vice President
“North Carolina is a great place for birding. And the Piedmont Bird Club is a wonderful group of folks to bird with!”