Western Cuyahoga Audubon Newsletter Vol. 14 Issue 4 November 2016 Vol. 14 Issue 4 November 2016 | Page 2

Nov 2016-Jan 2017 wcaudubon.org ​ Photo: Whole View by Alice Merkel. ​Cleveland Lakefront Nature Preserve, Cleveland, Ohio. (Help Western Cuyahoga Audubon End Ohio’s Clean Energy Freeze! continued from Pg. 1) the continued freeze on our alternative and renewable energy standards. These energy standards must be put back into effect in order to continue to create sustainable jobs, attract business investment, provide a clean environment, and protect the health communities that we deserve. Stopping Ohio’s progress on energy efficiency and renewable energy has negatively impacted job growth and our Ohio’s ability to be a leader in innovation. We want and deserve a clean energy future. We want good jobs, economic security, clean air, clean water, and action on climate change. Western Cuyahoga Audubon members and friends can help to get Ohio to lift the clean energy freeze and bring back clean energy to Ohio. ​Sign the Bring Clean Energy Back to Ohio Petition! FIELD TRIPS >>> Above: November Birders, December Birders, Pileated Woodpecker, and Feeding the Chickadees © Penny O’Connor Second Saturday Bird Walks at Rocky River Nature Center UPCOMING DATES: ​November 12, 2016​ / ​December 10, 2016​ / ​January 14, 2017 Ken Gober, Dave Graskemper and Bill Deininger lead walks on the second Saturday of each month at 9 a.m. on trails around the Rocky River Reservation, home of the Rocky River Important Bird Area. New to birding? Grab some binoculars and join us. You’ll be amazed how fast you can learn birds by sight and sound. Walks begin at the Rocky River Nature Center parking lot, 24000 Valley Pkwy, North Olmsted, OH 44070. Watch: ​Second Saturday Bird Walk >​ ​wcaudubon.org The Feathered Flyer 2 ​<