New Jersey Audubon field trips and programs adhere to CDC guidelines; leaders have the right to ask a participant to leave the program if someone is not adhering to these guidelines for the health and safety of all. Leaders and participants must wear face coverings* throughout the program and maintain physical distancing of at least 6 feet. Leaders may remove their face covering to be heard by the group while maintaining social distance. Please do not come to a program if you are sick, have a sick family member or have reason to believe you may have been exposed to the COVID-19 virus. There will be no sharing of equipment including binoculars or spotting scopes.

*Face coverings do not include winter scarves or bandanas. Two-layer fabric or surgical-type masks are required. 

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No walk-ins allowed

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9:00 am

Weequahic Park Winter Birding Walk

February 25 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Weequahic Park, Meeker Avenue
Newark, NJ 07112 United States
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With Dave Hall. Visit an urban oasis to search for wintering ducks, gulls, and songbirds. All can be viewed along a trail around the lake. This is an easy walk around the lake in Weequahic Park. Weequahic Park is a park located in the south ward of Newark, New Jersey. Designed by the Olmsted Brothers firm, Weequahic Park has the largest lake in Essex County at 80 acres. Enter at Meeker and Empire Streets, Newark. Meet at the large parking area on the south side of the lake.

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7:00 pm

That’s Wild! Tales from the Human Side of Nature with Joe Hernandez

February 25 @ 7:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Free

Born to be Wild. Listen to this rising star in the field of conservation as he details his path to becoming Joe "The Naturalist". Joe is an avid enthusiast of all things wildlife, with a particular passion for fishing and birding. With his brothers, he helped forge the NJ Young Birders Club in 2009 when he was 11 years old and was a columnist writer for the NJ Audubon website for 2 years. After graduating Stockton University with a Bachelors in Marine Biology, he devotes his free time towards developing his YouTube Channel titled “Joe the Naturalist” which has vlogs and videos dedicated to educating the public on wildlife and natural history.

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