Warbler/Bird Walk in Historic Doodletown - FREE

Warbler/Bird Walk in Historic Doodletown - FREE

More About Warbler/Bird Walk in Historic Doodletown - FREE

Join members of the Central Westchester Audubon Society for a free Warbler Walk in the historic, “active ghost town” of Doodletown, NY, on May 6th at 9:00am; rain date May 27th. Loaner binoculars are available. Novice and experienced bird watchers are welcome.
Doodletown, located in the Town of Stony Point in Rockland County, is renowned for the diversity and abundance of its species, especially warblers - like the rarer Cerulean, Hooded, Kentucky and Worm-eating warblers, as well as the more common varieties. Birders can also expect an assortment of vireos, flycatchers and a host of other woodland species.
Directions: From NYC/Westchester area: Travel west over the Tappan Zee Bridge to Exit 13 then take the Palisades Interstate Parkway north. Go north to Route 6 to the Bear Mountain traffic circle. Leave the circle at the first exit, the Bear Mountain State Park exit . At the light, follow the left fork south along 9W. Within less than 1 mile there will be several small parking areas near the two, white concrete abutments of the Doodletown Brook bridge, our meeting site. Park along the road.
If you have a question or need more information, email info@cwasociety.org

Tags: Community And Civic Groups, Clubs, Nature, Family, Education, Walk, Birds




Event Details

Date: May 6, 2018
Time: 9:00am - 10:30am

Location:
Doodletown Brook Bridge
Historic Doodletown
Stony Point, New York 10980

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Contact:
Central Westchester Audubon Society
info@cwasociety.org


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