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Mountain Lake Community Association

General Membership

For more current information and how to become a member, please visit: www.mlcawag.org

Find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/MLCAWAG

It is not too late to join MLCA & WAG. Become a member by sending in your dues before June 30th. What does your membership support? Here are some of the past/upcoming events supported by MLCA & WAG membership dues:

  • Herbicide treatment and water monitoring at the lake - done by both professionals and volunteers
  • Support the Mt. Lake Ladies Auxiliary
  • Purchase of canoe/kayak storage and donating to the Twp. to encourage more people using the water
  • Annual newsletter mailing and email option 
  • Sponsorship of Community Day music & annual kayak race
  • Annual Scholarship Program - providing $250 to a local high school student pursuing a degree in the environmental science/natural resource field
  • Supported a local Eagle Scout project with a $500 donation to build new lifeguard chairs at the community beach
  • Sponsor of the Environmental Commission Native Seed Workshop - providing pots and soil for all attendees
  • Supported the Liberty Environmental Commission's ANJEC grant which installed four educational signs around the lake
  • Sponsor of the Mt. Lake Fire Company's Annual Golf Outing
  • Sponsor and one of the organizers of the Tri Mountain Lake Triathlon

Mountain Lake Survey

We want to know how you use Mountain Lake. What do you think of the water quality, activities, etc? Click here to take the survey and email to mlca.wag@gmail.com or mail to MLCA & WAG, P.O.Box 275, Great Meadows, NJ 07838. You can submit anonymously.

Your opinion is critical for us to establish a lake management plan for the future of the lake and community!


Birding 101 Workshop

RECAP: BIRDING 101 WORKSHOP

A huge THANK YOU to John Parke of the NJ Audubon Society for an amazing class on beginner birding! Thank you also to all those in attendance.

Some helpful tips from the workshop:

  • Equipment: Good pair of binoculars & a field guide with range maps and descriptions, not just pictures
  • Shapes: Get familiar with silhouettes & shapes-wings, beaks & tails
  • Size it up - compare size of bird to something you know
  • Some things don't change – Shape of beaks and feet dictate food and habitat
  • Look for certain colors & patterns – color around the eyes/on the wings, patterns in the wing/on the tail, behavior patterns and habitat.

Pick up a free birding trail maps at the Liberty municipal building. Happy Birding!


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