The Necanicum Watershed Council is a non-profit organization of community volunteers who work to ensure that our watershed is a healthy and functioning ecosystem. Through community outreach and education, landowner partnerships, and on-the-ground habitat development projects, we work to further understanding about the Necanicum Watershed and to make sure it has a sustainable future.
******The Necanicum Watershed Council has our monthly board meetings on the 4th Wednesday of the month. Due to the ongoing Corona virus situation, we will be holding our monthly board meetings by Zoom. If you would like to attend the meeting please email by noon the day prior to the meeting to get the call in details and receive meeting materials
Upcoming Board meetings:
February 24th, 2021, 6-8pm
March 24th, 2021, 6-8pm
April 28th, 2021, 6-8pm
The Seaside Mill Ponds Natural History Park
The Necanicum Watershed Council in partnership with the Sunset Park & Recreation Foundation are helping support the Seaside Mill Ponds Natural History Project. The project organizers, with the help of many local artists and volunteers have put together an amazing coloring book and educational short film featuring the diverse life and history that can be found in the Mill Ponds area.
Osprey News Corner
EXCITING NEWS!!!! Our osprey camera will be replaced and up and running in time for the beginning of nesting season this year. The birds are expected to return between the end of March and the first week in April.
Our new nest camera is made possible by donations from:
The Tareen Filgas Foundation
Thank you so much for your donations!!!!!
Keep on eye on our Facebook page and our website necanicumwatershed.org for exciting updates on the progress of the installation, notifications of when the camera is up and running, and some fun ways for you to get involved while observing the birds.
Thanks again to our donors for making this happen – we appreciate it so much!!!
The nest cam can be found at https://www.seasideosprey.org
Your tax deductible donation to the council is greatly appreciated and helps us help the watershed!