Governors Island Bird & Tree Tour (11/4) (Free)
The Trust for Governors Island's new initiative, Governors Island Nature, was designed to expand visitor engagement with the Island’s 120 acres of natural and built open spaces. Through learning, public programs, and community science, Governors Island Nature will educate Island visitors and all New Yorkers about horticulture, biodiversity, and the impacts of climate change on our natural surroundings.
Join NYC Audubon and the Island's horticulture team during Governors Island Nature for a Fall Foliage Walking Tour, highlighting the beautiful trees and over 240 bird species that have been spotted on the Island.
For more information and to register, click here. Free.
Note on Accessibility:
The Governors Island ferry is free on weekends before noon, but if you plan to arrive in the afternoon, you will need to purchase ferry tickets. Governors Island contains a variety of terrain, from hilly, grassy areas to paved and cobble stone paths. The latter can be difficult to walk on with strollers, for example. Public restrooms are located a short distance away from the Nolan Park House.
Photo: A view of a sunny day in Nolan Park on Governors Island. Credit: Roslyn Rivas.
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