Connecticut Audbon Society

 

Estuary Explorations 2019

Join RTPEC Conservation Biologist Jim Arrigoni for the third year of Estuary Explorations. Explore local habitats, discover wildlife and use scientific field gear to collect data. Each session will conclude with a brown bag lunch and ecological discussion highlighting the plant and animal life encountered. Don’t forget to bring your sunscreen, bug spray, and binoculars! Suitable for ages 16 and up.  For more information on the locations click here.

$15 for college students, $30 for members, $40 for non-members

Friday, August 23, 9 a.m. – Noon
Hamburg Cove, Lyme

The abundant fish and aquatic wildlife will be the highlight of this paddle down Hamburg Cove, but the thickly forested shorelines also hold points of interest such as basking reptiles and perching birds. Each participant must bring their own kayak/canoe and PFD
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Friday, September 13, 9 a.m. – Noon
Chatfield Hollow, Killingworth

Explore the wide and winding boardwalk that runs through an extensive shrub swamp and makes for a unique walk in the park, with opportunities to glimpse a Northern Waterthrush or Swamp Sparrow.

Northern Waterthrush

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Saturday, October 12, 9 a.m. – Noon
Oswegatchie Hills Preserve, East Lyme

Fall foliage will be on display at this coastal forest that spans rocky ridge tops with stunted Pitch Pines and Bear Oaks to deep, rich soils hosting tall specimens of many species of Oaks, Hickories, Maples and Birch.
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Saturday, November 2, 9 a.m. – Noon
Mt. Pisgah, Durham

Journey up the river to the south easterly-most headwaters of the Connecticut River to the Pitch Pine and Bear Oak-clad summit of Mt. Pisgah. Various species of hawks, vultures and Common Ravens are easy to spot from this high vantage.
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