Observe Andy Rzeznikiewicz and fellow banders capture and band numerous birds. You may even get to release a bird or two. Each session should produce different bird species, as migration progresses. Fee: $10 CAS members; $20 non-members
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Join Andy as he points out various bird species. Bring binoculars and wear drab clothing. We’ll visit various locations around the sanctuary looking for concentrations of birds. Fee: $10 CAS members; $20 non-members.
Join us for an hour on Tuesday mornings in September as we tour the new home of the Roger Tory Peterson Estuary Center along the Lieutenant River, looking for our remaining summer bird species and the numerous migrating birds making their way into the state. Registration is required. $5 members; $10 non-members
While there are hundreds of native bird species found in Connecticut, there are a handful that are not native to the state. The effects these birds have on the environment and us varies, and some have become among the most common birds in the state. In this webinar, teacher-naturalist Joe Attwater will go over the introduced species found in the state and how they got here.
This is the prime time to find fall warblers, vireos, and hawks. This Wyndham Land Trust preserve has large fields and is located on a hilltop, so migrating birds should be plentiful. Fee: $10 CAS members; $20 non-members.
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