BREEDING BIRDS OF HUNTERDON COUNTY
Jul 8, 2018
06:00 AM until 12:00 PM
Hunterdon has a rich variety of nesting birds. Last year we went through the western edge of the county. Prior to this trip, we will scout some of the best spots in the County, such as Hoffman Park, Spruce Run Reservoir, and Voorhees State Park. However, the route of the trip may change up to the last moment depending on reports and findings. We will hope to see Bobolinks, a variety of warblers, and more. Two miles of hiking may be required.Tom and his colleagues focus on helping all participants learn about the birds and teach them about interesting characteristics of each species. They will also point out other natural history information about the different areas the group is visiting. Please pack a lunch, as stops are not guaranteed. If you have your own binoculars or spotting scope, please feel free to bring them. Binoculars are available for loan. Trips are designed for adults, but mature youths under 18 can contact Tom for approval. Please dress appropriately for the weather. Transportation is by County Park vans. All trips meet at the County Arboretum. Trips are recommended for any interested birder at all levels of ability, unless otherwise stated.
Hunterdon County Arboretum
1020 State Highway 31
Hunterdon County Parks & Recreation
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