Bird Walk for Fall Migrants

Saturday, October 20, 2018

8:30 AM

Meet at the Orchard Beach Parking Lot, near the entrance booths

Basic Information:

Our walks are free, informal, friendly and fun. The walks usually last about 3-4 hours,  depending on many variables, which include weather, birds, and fatigue. If you want to leave early, there are no hard feelings.

Please come prepared! Bring binoculars and a field guide if you have one. I will bring a spotting scope but feel free to bring your own if you have one.

Beginners especially welcome!

Sorry, no dogs!


Please email me if you need directions!

Finally a string of northwest winds has brought in some birds. Let’s check out the edges near the waterline, and possibly Hunter Island, if there’s time. We’ll meet near the entrance booths in the parking lot.

If it’s pouring rain, we will not walk. However, if the weather is a bit damp, gray or drizzly, we will go. If you’re not sure, check the webpage. I will post a cancellation notice by 7:00 AM on that day or before.

If you have any questions, email me, jack@cityislandbirds.com.

Please be aware that there is public transportation, but I cannot pick up anyone at the station. If you want to come by subway, email me, and I will give you directions.

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