Birding by Ear Workshop

on National Trails Day - June 2nd


Date: Saturday, June 2, 2018
Time: 8:30 AM to 10:30 AM
Workshop Leader: Terryanne Maenza-Gmelch, PhD (Barnard College, Senior Lecturer in Environmental Science) 
What to Bring: Walking/hiking shoes; drinking water; tick/insect repellant recommended.
Details and Arrival Instructions: Will be emailed prior to event to registered participants. 
RSVPs Required: Cost is $10.00, free to Friends of the Forest. REGISTER ONLINE 

RSVP to join us for our annual birding workshop - our most popular event so register early. During an easy to moderate walk in Black Rock Forest, participants will learn or hone skills in bird identification by sight and ear and will learn about habitats of different species. 
Last year's workshop identified 30 species including some favorite year round residents as well as the spectacular Neotropical migrants. Those with smart-phones are encouraged to download Cornell University's free birding app, Merlin, though the app is not necessary for the event.
Inquiries, call 845-534-4517 x11