Pelham Bay Park Birding with Jack Rothman (3/17) (Free)

03/17/2024 09:00 AM - 10:30 AM ET


  • Free


Photo: Pelham Bay Park in the wintertime. Credit: Jack Rothman

Join NYC Audubon to explore New York City's largest park! Pelham Bay Park's forested areas, salt marshes, and grassy meadows offer rich habitat for a variety of migrating birds.


The group will meet in the Orchard Beach parking lot, closest to the beach at the northeast corner. Scopes may come in handy if you have them. Dress with extra layers, as we will be near open water.


Registration not required. No Limit. Free.


Note on Accessibility: 

Paths in this park can get icy, covered with leaves, and hilly. However, we will avoid areas with poor footing. Public transportation to the park is possible via the 6 train and then Bx29 bus. Restrooms can be found on the north end of Orchard Beach Road. To learn more about the facilities available, as well as directions to Pelham Bay Park, please visit the Friends of Pelham Bay Park's website.


Photo: The forested Hunter Island can be seen across the open water in the snowy, New England-like landscape of the Bronx's Pelham Bay Park. Credit: Jack Rothman

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