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Led by Scott Barnes and Patrick Belardo These little-known Middlesex County hotspots provide green oases for migratory species. Warren Park (at the border of Woodbridge & Perth Amboy) has an excellent hardwood forest—complete with understory that is excellent for thrushes, vireos, and warblers; we’ll also visit the Oros Wildlife Preserve where pin oaks, brushy fields, and a large pond/wetland will complement the day’s bird list. Location: Meet at Warren Park at the parking lot just north of the “open grove.” First time participants should review a map, as some GPS devices send you to a nearby apartment complex. Driving directions can be found here: http://www.middlesexcountynj.gov/About/ParksRecreation/Pages/PR/WarrDirections.aspx Cost: $20 members/$25 non-members Register: via CMBO 609-400-3868Find out more »