Beginning Birding Course with Tod Winston (4/20)
- $128.00 - Member Admission
- $184.00 - General Admission
In-Person Classes: Thursdays, April 20 and 27, May 4; 6:30-8:30 PM
Jamaica Bay - Sunday, April 30, 9:00 AM-1:00 PM
Central Park - Sunday, May 7, 8:00-10:30 AM
Learn the keys to identifying the spectacular variety of birds that migrate through New York City every spring. Even if you've never picked up a pair of binoculars, you’ll soon be identifying warblers, thrushes, waterbirds, and more—both by sight and by ear. Three fun and educational in-person class sessions and birding outings in Central Park and Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge.
Binoculars available upon request. $128 for NYC Audubon members, $184 for non-members. Limited to 12 people.
Note on Accessibility:
Our three in-person classes will take place in the NYC Audubon office at 71 West 23rd Street, Suite 1523. Restrooms are available on our office floor.
Jamaica Bay Outing: This outing will follow both paved and unpathed paths on level ground; some areas may be slightly damp or muddy. Restrooms are available at the Visitor Center. The Visitor Center is a one-mile walk from the Broad Channel A subway station; it is also accessible via the Q21 and Q53 buses. Free parking is available in the Visitor Center lot. Visit the National Park Service website for the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge for comprehensive directions by public transportation and car.
Central Park Outing: This outing will follow both paved and unpaved paths and may include steps and slight inclines. Restrooms will be available midway through the route.
Photo: Two Cedar Waxwings gorge on wild cherries. Photo: Marlin Greene/Audubon Photography Awards
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