the Harford Bird Club. Harford County is located in the northeast
part of Maryland at the head of the Chesapeake Bay and offers
a diverse habitat for both breeding and migrating bird species.
With the bay and the Susquehanna River on the eastern border and
Little Gunpowder Falls on the western border there is a variety
of habitats. Four State Parks: Susquehanna,
as well as Eden Mill, Harford
Glen, and Conowingo Dam offer
excellent birding opportunities. A total of 310 species have been
recorded in Harford County.
hope you enjoy your visit to this site and if you visit Harford
County, please let us know.
on photo for more Harford eagle pics
Annual State Conference
wanted to encourage our members to consider registering and attending
the upcoming MOS Annual State Conference that
Harford is hosting May 24-26 at the Richlin Ballroom and Ramada
Inn in Edgewood. If you have never attended a conference before,
this is a great opportunity to meet and bird with folks from across
the State. We have a great variety of field trips planned and
the keynote speaker is our own David Ziolkowski, Jr. All important
information and registration material can be found on the MOS
website at www.mdbirds.org and
using the activities link in the upper left corner of the web
page. Hope to see you there.
County May Bird Count
The annual May Count on Saturday, May 11, 2013 has been concluded,
but the forms will be here for a few more days, should they be
Printable Checklist for field use.
Excel File for reporting your
Interested in the Junior Bird Club of Harford County? Send an
email to Ruth
Bergstrom for further information.
Have an interesting sighting of a bird in Harford County? Send
a report to Harford
Birds Mailing List.
Sign up to receive Harford County Bird
Reports by email.
Pictures of a Rufous
Hummingbird at Les Eastman's house
John and Linda Ireland own and operate the Wild Bird Marketplace
- operating from:
Forest Hill Mini Storage, 16 Newport Drive in Forest Hill. Saturday
hours– 10am to noon. They may be reached at (410)
836-5000 or contact them by email
to arrange a purchase. Bird club members receive a 10% discount
on all purchases.
email to WebMaster
with questions or comments about this web site.