Bilingual Birding at Brooklyn Bridge Park (9/16) (Free)
Join NYC Audubon and the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy for birding in English and Spanish. We'll be distributing copies of NYC Audubon's new English-Spanish field guide (written by Dr. Adam Moreno). Come and explore the woodlands and meadows, and enjoy views of the city and the waterbirds on the East River.
The group will meet at Pier 1 in the park (2 Furman Street). Registration not required but encouraged. No limit. Free.
Note on Accessibility:
We acknowledge that this event takes place during Rosh Hashanah and that some members of our community are unable to attend because of the holiday. Please check our events calendar at nycaudubon.org/calendar for a list of the other 100+ events and outings through the fall.
Brooklyn Bridge Park contains paved paths and a restroom near the meeting location. Pier 1 can be reached by the NYC Ferry, New York Water Taxi, and Governors Island Ferry. The A/C, F, and 2/3 trains stop near the meeting location, as well as the B67 and B69 buses. For more information about Brooklyn Bridge Park's amenities and map, visit the park's website.
Photo: Double-crested Cormorants, along with other waterbirds, are a likely sight in the waters of the East River. Credit: Steve Torna.
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