World Migratory Bird Day at Snug Harbor with New York Restoration Project (5/13) (Free)
On World Migratory Bird Day, join NYC Audubon and New York Restoration Project at Staten Island's beloved Snug Harbor. This botanical garden and cultural center is sure to be teeming with avian visitors during peak spring migration.
Registration not required but encouraged. (It lets us know how many binoculars we should bring!) No limit. Free.
Note on Accessibility:
Snug Harbor's main paths are paved and smooth, although some garden paths may be uneven and steep. Restrooms open on the weekends can be found on the bottom floor of building G (Shinbone Alley). Snug Harbor is accessible via the S40 and S44 buses from Ferry Terminal. The garden also contains four parking lots. For more information, you can visit Snug Harbor's website.
Photo: A Warbling Vireo looks down from its perch. Credit: James Watts Jr.
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