Free: Winter Birding with the Bronx River Alliance (3/15)
Join NYC Audubon and the Bronx River Alliance on a stroll along the Bronx River this winter. You'll get a chance to see and hear some of the many beautiful birds that rely on this important freshwater ecosystem, including songbirds, waterfowl, and more. Along the way, we will also highlight the importance of biodiversity and urban green space for all wildlife.
The group will meet in Starlight Park at the Bronx River House (1490 Sheridan Boulevard). We will then travel around Starlight Park and end at Concrete Plant Park.
Registration not required but encouraged (it helps us know how many extra binoculars we should bring!). No limit. Free.
Note on Accessibility:
Starlight Park contains flat, paved paths. Restrooms and parking are available on site. There are a variety of public transit methods nearby, including the 2, 5, and 6 subway lines.
Concrete Plant Park consists of a paved greenway with a slight incline. There are NO restrooms or parking on site. Stops for the 6 subway line and Bx4 bus are nearby.
Photo. A female Belted Kingfisher sits on a dead branch. The mixed slate blue and chestnut feathering on her breast indicates that she is a young bird. Credit: Dave Ostapiuk
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