Free: Inwood Hill Park Birding with the Natural Areas Conservancy on World Migratory Bird Day (10/8)

10/08/2022 08:30 AM - 11:00 AM ET


  • Free


Join birding experts Loyan Beausoleil and Rachael Joakin, and the Natural Areas Conservancy's Trails Community Engagement Manager, Josh Otero, on World Migratory Bird Day for a hike through Inwood Hill Park's mature forest in search of kinglets, warblers, flycatchers, sparrows, thrushes, and more. Then search the shore of the Inwood Hill Park salt marshes for herons and ducks. During the walk, the NAC will also highlight various trail initiatives and improvements happening in the park. It's a great opportunity to go birding and learn more about how trails increase our access to nature. Some hilly walking required. 


We will meet at the park entrance at Isham Street and Seaman Avenue.


Registration is not required but encouraged (it helps us know how many extra binoculars we should bring!). Free. No limit.


This event is made possible thanks to generous funding from Con Edison.


Photo: The Great Crested Flycatcher, identifiable by its yellow belly and rufous tail and wings, may stop through the mature woodlands of Inwood Hill Park. Photo: Laura Meyers

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