Coastal bird expert Steve Mirick once again educates us on the migrating and nesting birds that call Great Bay home.
New Hampshire's seacoast is a cacophony of sound come springtime when migrating songbirds and waterfowl return along with the leaves and milder weather. Curious to know what's out there? Join us at our Lubberland Creek Preserve in Newmarket as coastal bird expert Steve Mirick once again educates us on the migrating and nesting birds that call Great Bay home!
Bring binoculars, shoes appropriate for hiking trails and a field guide if you'd like. This event is rain or shine!
This field trip is free for Nature Conservancy members as well as for non-members. Reservations are required. To ensure a quality experience for all, this trip is limited to 20 participants.
Save time in the morning! Download your liability release today, fill it out and bring it with you.
What to Expect:
This trip will take participants through fields, salt marsh and woods. Please wear long pants to combat ticks and mosquitoes, as well as footwear appropriate for wooded/uneven conditions. While we move slowly, this trip does involve some uphill travel in the woods. Participants should be able to keep pace with the group and have an attention span suitable for birdwatching.