Milan Bull, Senior Director of Science and Conservation at the CT Audubon Society, will lead a hunt for early migrating warblers, brown thrashers, and more than 20 other species he thinks will likely be spotted then, including raptors such as Cooper's hawks, red-tailed hawks, and red-shouldered hawks. He will also talk about how climate change is affecting the bird population of Connecticut and what homeowners can do to make their yards more bird-friendly.
Meet at Cowles Parcel parking lot off Meadow Road and located just past the stone arch bridge over the Pequabuck River. Bring binoculars.
This event is free and open to the public. All ages are welcome. No pets please. Rain or Shine.
Please call or email the FLT office to RSVP!