Wildlife Outing at Madison Square Park with Alyssa Bueno (11/16) (Free)
Join a wildlife outing in Madison Square Park to discover the flora and fauna that make the park ecologically rich. Outings are offered the third Thursday of every month at 12pm. This event is presented in partnership with the Madison Square Park Conservancy.
The group will meet at the Northern Reflecting Pool within the park. Registration link to come. No limit. Free.
Note on Accessibility:
Madison Square Park is a small park with paved paths and flat terrain. There are no public restrooms in the park, rather the nearest can be found on Madison Ave between 23rd and 24th St. Various public transportation lines pass by the park, including the N, R, W, and 6 trains and BxM18, BxM4, M3, M34A-SBS, QM10, QM21, QM24, and X37 buses. Visit Madison Square Park Conservancy's website for more information.
Photo: The lawns of Madison Square Park sometimes offer great views of unusual species, such as this Sora. Credit: Ryan F. Mandelbaum
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