It’s Halloween time – which means pumpkins, ghouls, and migrating birds!
Please join WBF member and artist/naturalist Alan Messer for a Halloween-season bird walk on October 21 (Rain Date, October 22).
Artist naturalist Alan Messer will lead us to check the Reservoir for early waterfowl and into the Ramble for late warblers, sparrows, finches, woodpeckers, and nuthatches. This is the time of year when raptor migration is in full swing. We will keep a lookout for Broad-winged and red-tailed hawks, harriers, and accipiters. Along the way we’ll check the watercourses for herons, waterfowl, and possible kingfishers.
We’ll be meeting at the Wild Bird Fund, 565 Columbus Ave and walk to Central Park, at 9 AM SHARP.
The walk is $15; for members of WBF, it is $10.
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Image Credit: Copyright Alan Messer 2017