Connecticut Audbon Society

Shorebird Walks

July 24
August 15 & 27

Most of North America’s shorebird species winter in South & Central America, heading north breed in the high Arctic. Some of these birds breed in CT, while others start their northbound journey in mid-late summer. Join us as we look for many of our shorebird species at some of the best spots around southeastern Connecticut, and learn how you can help these charismatic birds. $13 for members; $18 for non-members.
– Walk in Old Lyme will be an approximately 1 mile walk on level sandy and rocky terrain. Exposure to wind, sun, and heat possible depending on weather. Walking in shallow water likely. No restrooms on site.
– Walk in Stonington will be an approximately 1.5-2 mile walk on level dirt terrain. Exposure to wind, sun, and heat possible depending on weather. Portable toilet on site.
– Walk in Waterford will be an approximately 1-1.5 mile walk on level dirt, grass, and sandy terrain. Exposure to wind, sun, and heat possible depending on weather. Portable toilets on site.

 

Wednesday, July 24; 9-11 am at Griswold Point, Old Lyme – Register here

Thursday, August 15; 9-11 am at Barn Island, Stonington – Register here

Tuesday, August 27; 9-11 am at Harkness State Park, Waterford – Register here

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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