The beauty of the fall season brings an interesting dynamic in the natural world. Moose become amorous and males actively seek mates. Warblers and other songbirds, on the other hand, have just completed their nesting and raising young and begin migrating toward their wintering grounds. Understanding where and how to look for evidence of this wildlife activity helps us better understand our wildlife neighbors.
Join Susan Morse of Keeping Track and Steve Hagenbuch from Audubon Vermont for a day-long excursion in search of moose sign and migrating and resident songbirds at Wolf Run in Jericho.
Meeting Place: Richmond Park and Ride, carpool to program location at Wolf Run, Jericho.
Please arrive at park and ride between 8:00 – 8:10
Fee: Members $50, Non-members $55
Pre-registration and Payment in Advance are required:
434-3068 or firstname.lastname@example.org