Putnam Highlands Audubon Society presents a talk with Malachy Cleary

                                                                                    Sunday January 28           2:00 - 3:00

This presentation will cover  more than 20 years of Malachy‚Äôs inventive, creative, and dedicated work, which originally began in Quebec, moved to Foundry Cove in Cold Spring,  and finally to Glynwood Farm, where about 50 pairs of these unique and very uncommon members of the Swallow Family now nest each spring.
Malachy Cleary will discuss his successful reintroduction of nesting Purple Martins at Glynwood Farm.  

                                                     Registration Requested - (845) 265-3040


For additional information regarding adults contact Luanne Morse, Head of Adult Services