Monday, Sep 06, 2021
7:30 am - 9:00 am
Field Trip Leader: Susan and Guy Babineau
Inspired by the birdability movement (see https://www.birdability.org/) as well as a discussion on the club Facebook page this summer, the PVBC board is committed to making the birding community and the outdoors accessible, safe, welcoming, and inclusive for everybody and every body. This event is open to all club members and the public. Join PVBC board members Susan and Guy Babineau to explore what we can find along the paved trail that runs along the river and through some wooded, riverine, and scrub habitats.
Early September has the possibility of some migrating birds like this black-throated green warbler as well as the last chance to see some of our summer residents taking care of their nearly grown young.
We are holding the event on Labor Day but early, with the expectation that you may have plans for later in the day. We are also looking for leaders for future birdability inspired events – talk to Susan and Guy if interested! This is our first birdability inspired event and we are eager to learn and improve with your comments welcome.
PS. This park has ample parking including a few spots signed for access but is open to the public and we will be sharing the path with walkers, joggers, and some bicycles as well. We will remain on the paved trail which is relatively flat.