Summer birding in Connecticut means heading to our coastal beaches and marshes to search for shorebirds! Join teacher naturalist Joe Attwater as we explore some of the states best coastal habitats. We’ll provide a spotting scope and we encourage participants to bring their own binoculars. All walks are two hours in length. 10 person maximum.
While most of the owls we find in CT are here year-round, there are certain times of the year where we tend to see and hear them more. One of those times is summer when fledglings are getting ready to leave the nest. In this webinar, teacher-naturalist Joe Attwater will go over the adaptations that make these birds night hunters, and which ones you can see (and hear) in CT.
Joe will discuss: