Dartmouth, MA 02748
Take a late afternoon woodland stroll, when bird activity is high with the Lloyd Center for the Environment. By this point in the season, leaves have appeared on trees, making songbirds less visible, but colorful species such as the Baltimore oriole (Icterus galbula) may be spotted. Breeding pairs are setting up territories and vocally making their presence known. Shorebirds and raptors such as osprey (Pandion haliaetus) are also potential sightings. Take advantage of the variety of habitats that include forest edges, kettle ponds, vernal pools, salt marsh, and estuary that the Lloyd Center offers.
Participants should bring binoculars and a bird guide if they have them. Pre-registration required by 4:00pm, Wednesday, May 9.
Cost: $10 Lloyd Center members, $13 nonmembers, $5 children under 12