Connecticut Audbon Society

 

Bird Walks with Frank Mantlik

Frank Mantlik, ready to go, spotting scope on his shoulder.

 

Wednesday, September 9 — Sold out
1 – 3 p.m.

Friday, September 25 — Sold out
9 – 11 a.m.

Situated on Long Island Sound at the mouth of the Housatonic River, Milford Point is a designated Important Bird Area for nesting and migrating shorebirds, terns and waterfowl.

We will bird the coastal area and search for those and other species, taking advantage of the proper tide. Time permitting, we will also walk the gardens in search of songbirds. 

An avid birder and educator, Coastal Center devotee and volunteer Frank Mantlik will be your guide. Frank serves on the Center’s Advisory Board, heads up the Purple Martin Nest Monitoring Project, is a past president of the Connecticut Ornithological Association and serves on its Avian Records Committee.

Participants are required to wear masks and practice social distancing (mask removal at the discretion of the program leader). The entire program is outdoors, so please bring water, a sun hat and apply sunblock and bug spray before arriving. Note: Center building and facilities (including restrooms) are closed, however, there is a portable toilet available (please bring hand sanitizer).

All levels of birders are welcome. This program is for adults only. Group is limited to eight participants. Please bring binoculars. Members $20, Non-members $25. These walks may be cancelled or postponed due to adverse weather. Pre-registration required. Once registered, participants will need to complete and return a waiver. This program is at the Coastal Center, 1 Milford Point Road, Milford, CT. 

Wednesday, September 9: Sold out
Friday, September 25: Sold out

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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