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Explorer Bags: Home

Mr. Lunetta's Explorer Bags

The Greenburgh Public Library is proud to offer two Explorer Bags, provided by the Central Westchester Audubon and the Bronx River Sound Shore Audubon. 

These Explorer Bags can be used by adults, teens, and children!

All bags come with the following contents: 

Two pairs of binoculars.
Tree ID cards and Magnifier.
Bird ID Cards .
Activity Cards.
Two magnifying bug boxes.
Colored Pencils and Notepad.

Explorer bags can be checked out for three weeks at a time! 

Ask at the Information Desk for more details. 

Don't forget to check the Library catalog to find birding books in the collection! 
Birding in print
Birding on Libby/Overdrive 

Birding on Hoopla

Backyard Birding (Online)

In these stressful times, birding can be a wonderful way to learn and recharge yourself.  Birding as a hobby has skyrocketed with so many people staying at home because of COVID.  Join us for what promises to be a lively program! We'll learn which birds are local to our backyards, best practices for attracting and maintaining feeders and hear about tools we can use to identify the birds who spend their time with us. Your new skills will leave you feeling more confident and familiar with our feathered community members. Anne Swaim, Executive Director and Educator, of Saw Mill River Audubon, will be our guide for this program offered by Zoom.

Attend and get ready for the Great Backyard Bird Count (February 18-22) a major citizen-scientist program that is easy and fun to participate in.