Warbler ID Workshop with Gabriel Willow (4/25)
- $50.00 - Member Admission
- $72.00 - General Admission
Virtual Workshop: Tuesday, April 25, 6:30-8:00pm
Field Trip: Saturday, April 29, 9:00-11:00am
In the spring, warblers are like little jewels in forests and gardens, delighting us with their movement, colors, and song as they return from their tropical wintering grounds. However, they can also be an identification challenge. In the fall, their more muted colors and bewildering variety make them notoriously difficult to identify.
Learn how their shapes reflect their behavior and ecology, and how subtle differences in form and pattern will allow you to identify warblers with newfound confidence. Spring is the best season for warbler-watching in NYC, so take this class and then put your newfound skills to work on a field trip in Central Park.
$50 for members, $72 for non-members. Limited to 15.
Note on Accessibility:
Central Park generally contains paved and unpaved paths of varying inclines, but we will stick to paths most comfortable for everyone.
Photo: A Yellow warbler perches on a branch. Credit: Gary Robinette
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