A free bird walk will be given by Birding for Pleasure in Durham/Middlefield.
WHEN: Saturday June 25, 2022 at 8 a.m.-11 a.m. Rain cancels
LOCATION: Meet at Fredrick White’s Farm open space (Durham Fair Grounds, 70 Maple Ave, Durham, CT 06422, USA).
We will begin at Fredrick White’s Farm open space. Then we may drive 2 miles to Strickland Farm Conservation area with the focus on Bobolinks.
An experienced birder, Matthew Bell will lead the walk. Matt is a Travel Specialist at the Connecticut Audubon Society. He loves participating in citizen science, tour guiding, chasing rare birds in his free time, and meeting fellow birders from around the globe. Most of all, Matt enjoys sharing his passion for birds and conservation with others.
Fredrick White’s and Strickland conservation fields both serve as important wildlife corridors for birds and insects, some of which are endangered or threatened.
- Bring your binoculars, drinking water, bug repellent and wear waterproof shoes or boots. It may be very muddy.
- Vortex binoculars are available to borrow with your library card at the Durham Public Library and Middlefield Levi E. Coe Library through a CVEF grant.
- Social distance preferred. The wingspan of a bald eagle.
Birding for Pleasure is a nonprofit whose goal is to engage communities in conversation, restoration and enjoyment of nature focusing on birds, wildlife and their habitats.
Contact: Lauren Redfield 8603499544 email@example.com