Bell’s Neck Birding Walk
Time: 8 AM
Meeting Place: Bells’ Neck Conservation Area (Driving directions to the starting point will be included with your reservation confirmation email.)
Leader: Peter Trull
Join field naturalist and author Peter Trull on Monday, April 5th (8-10 a.m.) for a birding walk at Bell’s Neck searching woods and water for ospreys, eagles, herons, and waterfowl like buffleheads, ring-necked ducks, and mergansers. Birding enthusiasts from all experience levels are welcome. Peter will provide information about all birds seen and heard and will help participants strive for good birding observations with patience and guidance. Other features of each walk will include bird behavior, habitat preferences, signs and tracks of other fauna in the area. Peter will record all species seen and Mike Lach (HCT) will email the birding recap to all participants. Please join us for these two-hour field classes in birding and natural history.
Dress warm, bring water and binoculars.
Face coverings are required.
Space is limited to 10, so advance reservation required for this socially distanced event.
Cost: $20 per person
Please reserve at right.
Driving directions to the starting point will be included with your reservation confirmation email.