Walkabout fun for Everyone

The latest installment of our monthly walkabout series had board members Len and Alice leading a wander through Bear Pond via the Switch Road entrance. Folks who came out to join us were able to sight the Black-Throated Blue Warbler, Olive Sided Flycatcher, Northern Flicker,  and Ruby Crowned Kinglet among others. We also identified the song of the Nashville Warbler, Veery, Wood Thrush, and several others with the help of Len’s keen ear.  Len also led the crew to see abandoned nests of both a Canada Warbler  and Roughed Grouse. We hope you can join us for our next adventure!

The Watershed Walkabout series occurs the second Sunday of every month from 2-4 pm. Some of the places we have visited in 2017 include the Colette Trail in Enfield, the Harris Brook Scenic Area in Enfield, the Northern Rail Trail, as well as several trips to BPNA, via various entrances.

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