Prospect Park Birding with Ryan Mandelbaum (9/16) (Free)
Join NYC Audubon to get to know the fall migrants of “Brooklyn's Backyard,” beautiful Prospect Park. The meadows, forests, and waterways of Prospect Park attract a dazzling variety of migratory birds on their way south, including warblers, tanagers, cuckoos, and more.
The group will meet at the Stranahan Statue by the north entrance of the park, between Flatbush Avenue and East Drive.
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.
Prospect Park trails are paved and mostly flat. Multiple restrooms can be found all across the park. There is no onsite parking; the nearest is on 51-81 Parkside Ave. Various public transportation stop by the meeting point, including the B41 and B69 buses, as well as the 2, 3, 4, B, and Q lines. For more information on directions, visit the Prospect Park website.
Photo: Yellow-bellied Sapsuckers (here, a male) migrate through New York City; some spend the winter. Photo: Ryan F. Mandelbaum
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