Sunday, May 15, 7:00 am – 12:00 pm
Join local birder Dave Hoitt and wildflower enthusiast Wendy Ward on this moderate walk looking for birds and wildflowers in open field, wetland, and woodland habitats. Meet at the Surry Town Hall parking lot at 7am. The trip should end by noon. Bring field guides, binoculars, drink, snack and bug/tick repellant. Cost: free.
This is a great way to participate in Big Day! (This walk was formerly part of the Monadnock Chapter events during NH Audubon’s Birdathon/Bloomathon.)
For more info contact [email protected] or 603-352-0987 (Dave).
Photo: Clay-colored Sparrow, by Steve Mirick.
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