Calendar of Events

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January

Second Wednesday Bird Walk, Wednesday, January 10th, 8 am until 11 am.
RSVP requested. email sgarvin@envstudies.org Join us for a delightful morning in the field looking for sparrows, woodpeckers and other winter residents (including hawks and eagles) and waterfowl. Todd Day leads our monthly bird walk series and provides advice and assistance on finding and identifying birds, and a variety of other avian topics. Bring your binoculars, and wear waterproof shoes and warm layered clothing.

Winter Waterfowl Walk, Saturday, January 20th, 9am until noon.
Start the New Year with a crisp morning observing waterfowl on the ponds of the field station! Recent sightings include a variety of diving and dabbling ducks. Emphasis will be placed on assisting novice birders to gain field experience identifying waterfowl. Sturdy shoes, warm-layered clothing, water bottles, binoculars and scopes are recommended. RSVP requested. email sgarvin@envstudies.org

February

Saturday, February 10th, 9:00 am until noon.
YHikeS!

RSVP – Requested. Please email sgarvin@envstudies.org
Our newest program is designed for youth ages 10- 16. Youth Hike Saturdays will offer an opportunity for students to explore the field station while learning about natural history. Our inaugural program will explore winter waterfowl currently visiting the field station. What are they and why do they come here from Alaska, Canada and the northwest? Dress warmly, bring a waterbottle, and be prepared for a bit of hiking and a lot of fun. (Cameras and binoculars are welcome, but not required.)

Wednesday, February 14th, 8 am until 11 am.
Second Wednesday Bird Walk

RSVP – Requested. Please email sgarvin@envstudies.org
Join us for a delightful morning in the field looking for sparrows, winter residents and waterfowl. Bert Harris will be leading this walk (Todd Day has another commitment and will return next month.) Bring your binoculars, wear waterproof shoes and layered clothing.

Saturday, February 17th, 9 am until noon.
Volunteer Workday.

RSVP – Requested. Adults only. Please email sgarvin@envstudies.org
Spring is just around the corner. Before the poison ivy and ticks emerge, we have plenty of work to do. Pull on some old clothes and a pair heavy gloves to assist with projects ranging from invasive species control to old fence removal and trail clearing. Boots are always recommended!

Saturday, February 24th, 8 am until ~ 11 am.
Fourth Saturday Bird Walk.

RSVP – Requested. Please email sgarvin@envstudies.org
Join us for a delightful morning in the field looking for sparrows, winter residents and waterfowl. Bring your binoculars, wear waterproof shoes and layered clothing.

 

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