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Step Outdoors – The Audubon Bird Walks

The Tiadaghton Audubon Society invites you to step outdoors...

 

by Home Page Staff - April 6, 2016

Welcome to another edition of Step Outdoors. Today, Tim Morey speaks with Co-Presidents of the Tiadaghton Audubon Society, Liz Costanzo and John Corcoran about their annual bird walks.

The Tiadaghton Audubon Society holds annual spring bird walks at Hills Creek State Park (every Saturday in April and May). In the month of April, the walks will begin at 8:30am and groups will meet at the park office. Although the weather this winter has been unusually mild, the April bird walks are frequently cold and blustery, so please dress warmly. The lake is already free of ice, so expect to see a variety of waterfowl, including diving ducks, grebes, and loons. Spotting scopes will be available if the birds are too far out in the lake. Bald eagles are almost always present, and you might see an osprey if the weather warms up. A few migratory land birds may also be present, but their numbers will be small until May. Please note that the May walks will begin at 8:00 in the morning — a half-hour earlier. There are no fees, and birders of all levels or anyone simply interested in birds are welcome to attend. No prior notification is required.

In the most recent walk a bald eagle was sighted skimming the waters at Hills Creek and three club members collaborated to confirm sightings of a trumpeter swan this past week just off Route 6 in Delmar township. Who knows what YOU might discover on your walk?

For more information, you can visit the club website at TIaudubon.org. Or check out the event page here.

And be sure to like the Tiadaghton Audubon Facebook page!

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