Not all birds fly south for the winter. When leaves are off the trees, we can more easily notice nests. Expert birder Doug Bloom will help us identify birds by sights and sounds, and we’ll learn about their cold-weather strategies. Binoculars are helpful but not required.
Doug is a former president of the Bronx River Sound Shore Audubon Society and its current vice president. He is a lifelong birder, the current birding field trip leader at the Audubon Society, and all-around nature and birding enthusiast.
This program is FREE, thanks to the generous support of Con Edison.
Advance registration is required; space is limited.
Date: Sunday, December 10
Times: 8:00 am-9:00 am
Ages: All ages. Children must be accompanied by an actively participating adult.
Format: This program will be conducted entirely outdoors.
Fee: FREE, thanks to the generous support of Con Edison
Cancellation Policy: This program proceeds in inclement weather unless hazardous conditions occur. Should your plans change after registering, please notify us so we may offer your spot(s) to anyone on the wait list.
Please register early to secure your spot. Space is limited.