Saturday February 4, 2017 – Meet at 8 am
Always cold and exciting, a field trip to Montauk Point, Camp Hero and other Points of Interest in the Montauk area, is planned. We will meet at 8 am at the closed Concession Stand at the Lighthouse - The End - and work our way back west! Dress in multiple layers and dress WARMLY (The Restrooms are open - and heated) We will be checking our recent reports for the rare birds which sometimes appear in the general area, and as always, view Block Island Sound from the Camp Hero Bluffs for great rafts of seabirds. Contact Eileen Schwinn, firstname.lastname@example.org for more info, and 516-662-7751 the day of the Field Trip.
Saturday, March 4, 2017 – Meet at 8 am
Morton Wildlife Refuge
A big hit and a great way to enjoy the last bit of freezing cold winter weather!! We will meet at the Refuge parking lot at 8 am, and walk approximately 2 miles on this hike. Not only do the birds eat right out of you hand the minute you get out of your car, but there are frequently pockets of over-wintering birds along the way. Dress warmly and appropriately. Bird seed will be provided. Contact Eileen Schwinn, email@example.com for more information, and at 516-662-7751 the day of the trip.
Winter Bird Walks
All levels of naturalists — including beginners —
are most welcome on Eastern Long Island Audubon field trips.
Most trips are free to attend, however, sometimes
the place we are visiting has a fee.
We try to make a note of it in the notice.
Eileen Schwinn is the Field Trip Chair.
"From the Barrens to the Bays"
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