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South Mountain Reservation – Oakdale Lot just past the Regatta Playground on the left coming from Northfield Ave side.

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Cherry Lane, Cherry Lane, Cherry Lane
West Orange, NJ 07052 United States

March 2021

South Mountain Reservation Birding Walk

March 27 @ 8:00 am - 11:00 am
$10.00 - $15.00

With Dave Hall. Visit some key locations within one of Essex County’s largest parks to look for spring migrants.South Mountain Reservation offers exceptional views of waterfowl at the reservoir as well as forest and edge habitats along the trails. Join us for a leisurely walk through the reservation looking for spring migrants. South Mountain Reservation covers 2,112 acres in the central section of Essex County, extending through the municipalities of West Orange, Maplewood, and Millburn, bordering South Orange, between the first and second ridges of the Watchung Mountain Range. The presence of the early Lenape Indians lingers in the name given to the Watchung—the "high hills."

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