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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Celebrate the Vernal Equinox with fun activities and a story. Today we celebrate the Vernal Equinox – equal day and night – and look forward to warmer weather! Take a deeper look in the woods and discover signs that Spring has sprung! We will identify wildflowers, notice the buds of trees, listen for spring visitors, and look for unique signs of wildlife enjoying the changes of the season. For children and families.Find out more »
With Scott Barnes. Explore the various habitats at Hawk Rise Sanctuary to look for spring migrants. We will search for spring migrants in the maple-oak forest and spend some time looking at the freshwater and salt marsh habitats for a variety of birds.Find out more »
Led by Scott Barnes. Search for thrushes, vireos and warblers in this urban oasis of Maples, Oaks and Sweet Gum. We will also go to the Rahway River overlook to search for a variety of shorebirds. Hawk Rise is noted for its Swainson’s Thrushes and warbler varieties.Find out more »