Horned Lark

Project FeederWatch

These redpolls are eating thistle from a sock feeder. The bird in the middle is a Hoary Redpoll, the others are Commons. Photo by Nick Bonomo.

Wednesday, February 7, 14, 21
Thursday, February 8, 15, 22
1:30 – 2: 30 p.m.

Get outside without going outside! Come to the Coastal Center and participate in the citizen science program Project FeederWatch. Learn about birds as we identify, count, and record the birds at our feeders.  
No need to go outside, we have a perfect view of the feeders through the center’s large observation windows. Our staff and volunteers will assist you with bird identification and the counting process. Bring your favorite binoculars and bird identification book or use our supplies.

Choose a day or multiple days that fit your schedule, attendance for all dates is not required.

Project FeederWatch studies the distribution and populations of winter bird species throughout the country. Our bird count data will be reported to Project FeederWatch and contributes to scientific studies at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.

All skill levels are welcome for this free program.

Pre-registration preferred, please call 203-878-7440.

For more information please contact Carol Kratzman, 203-878-7440 ext. 504 or ckratzman@ctaudubon.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

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