Dozens of bird species either make RamsHorn-Livingston Sanctuary their home or pass through on their way to and from northern breeding grounds. We will be birding along the Old Farm Road of the sanctuary, walking through upland habitat then through the tidal marsh identifying birds by sight and sound. Species we might encounter include Bald Eagle and other raptors, colorful warblers and songbirds like Scarlet Tanager and Rose-breasted Grosbeak, as well as some more secretive birds such as Virginia Rail.
The dates are April 13th and 20th, and May 4th, 11th, 18th, and 25th. Meeting time is 7:30am at the Sanctuary parking lot on DuBois Road, Village of Catskill. The cost is $10 per session per person. Wear appropriate footwear (no flip-flops) and dress for the weather, dressing in layers works best since it can be chilly when the walks start and be warm by the end. Coffee and snacks will be provided. Registration is highly suggested in order to be notified of cancelations - walks will be canceled due to steady rain, but some mornings can be "iffy". Register by email: firstname.lastname@example.org