Tag Archives: Montezuma Audubon Center

Previewing the 13th Annual Montezuma Wildlife Festival .::. Around the Lakes 4/29/19

Coming up on May 4th the Montezuma Audubon Center located in Savannah, New York will host the 13th Annual Montezuma Audubon Center Wildlife Festival.

Beginning at 10 a.m. attendees will encounter the Center’s largest event of the year, featuring a great lineup of family-friendly activities.

This week on Around the Lakes Chris Lejewski, Center Director for Montezuma Audubon was in-studio discussing the impact of events like these. “This is an amazing event, and one that we’re really proud of. Not only because it captures the essence of our sprawling grounds, but because it allows us to bring in new visitors, families, and kids who are eager to learn about what we do,” Lejewski explained.

For more information about the festival click here, and be sure to listen to the full-episode of Around the Lakes in the video window, or podcast player above.


Chris Lajewski talks Montezuma Audubon Center .::. Inside the FLX 2/2/18

It’s been an incredible winter for local conservationists and birders.

According to Montezuma Audubon Center Director Chris Lajewski, a record-breaking number of bald eagles were spotted just a few weeks ago. Beyond those bald eagle sightings, a number of snowy owl sightings have been recorded throughout the region.

Lajewski was in-studio on Friday talking about the development of conservation efforts over the winter, and how planning is crucial to their success in spring and summer months.

He also talked about some upcoming events for those interested in getting outdoors in February.

Chris Lejewski talks Montezuma, conservation efforts .::. Inside the FLX 9/7/17

On Thursday’s edition of the Inside the FLX Podcast, Josh Durso was joined by Chris Lajewski, Director of the Montezuma Audubon Center based in Savannah.

The organization cares for more than 50,000 acres of wetlands, and during the discussion Lajewski talked about the importance of young people, volunteers, and employees tireless work to continue preserving the Finger Lakes.