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The Breeding Birds of the Hudson Highlands, NY
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Saturday, June 23, 8am-5pm 

Guide: Gabriel Willow
Join Gabriel Willow on a day-long trip to some of the most exciting & beautiful birding locations in the Hudson Valley - Doodletown Rd., Constitution Marsh, and Indian Brook Farm (in Fahnestock State Park). We'll look for uncommon breeding warbler specialties at Doodletown, such as cerulean, hooded, blue-winged, golden-winged, and worm-eating warblers; We will then head to the Constitution Marsh Audubon Sanctuary to explore a brackish marsh along the Hudson River. They have a beautiful boardwalk and are home to breeding wood duck, bald eagle, least bittern, marsh wren, and more. After a picnic lunch by the banks of Indian Brook, we will drive to Indian Brook Farm, which has extensive grasslands and highbush blueberry stands. These habitats have breeding Field and savannah sparrows, bobolinks, and indigo buntings. Transport by passenger van included. Limited to 12. $129 (90)

 

Golden-Winged Warbler and Cerulean Warbler, © David Speiser

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Date & Time: Jun 23, 2018 08:00 AM to
Jun 23, 2018 05:00 PM
[America/New_York UTC -5]

 

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Location: Meet in front of the NYC Audubon building
71 West 23rd Street
New York NY
United States
10010
 

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Registration Closes: Jun 21, 2018 12:00 PM

Event Coordinator:

Danielle Sherman
dsherman@nycaudubon.org
646-434-0422
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$90.00
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$129.00
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