Members-Only: Exploring Governors Island with Annie Barry (5/20)
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Take a mini-vacation from New York City! Governors Island is host to a wide array of avian visitors in the spring, including raptors, woodpeckers, warblers, and other songbirds. Though substantially transformed over the past few centuries, the island’s placement in the middle of the upper harbor continues to make it a natural stopover spot for migrating birds.
The tour will meet on Governors Island in front of Nolan Park House #17. Registration required. NYC Audubon members only. Limited to 15.
Note on Accessibility:
Governors Island contains a variety of terrain, from hilly, grassy areas to paved and cobble stone paths. The latter can be difficult to travel on with strollers, for example. Public restrooms are located a short distance away from the Nolan Park House.
Photo: A glittering male Tree Swallow perches on a budding spring branch. Credit: Lloyd Spitalnik
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