Intro to Birding in Marine Park with NYC Audubon (9/17) (Free)
Explore the beauty of Brooklyn’s largest park, Marine Park. Consisting of grassland and salt marshes, this park is habitat for a variety of migratory songbirds and waterbirds. This series is hosted in partnership with the Marine Park Alliance.
The group will meet at the flagpole of the Marine Park Salt Marsh Nature Center, located at 3301 Avenue U, Brooklyn. No registration required. 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.
Restrooms and siting areas can be found in the Carmine Carro Community Center north of the nature center on Fillmore Ave. The B3 bus stops right near the meeting location. This park has paved and unpaved paths, especially south past the Salt Marsh Nature Center. To learn more about Marine Park's trails, please visit the NYC Parks website.
Photo: A Killdeer, showing its two black neck-rings and bright red eye-ring, runs along the mudflats of Marine Park. Credit: Keith Michael
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