Chesapeake Bay. We’ll be searching for waterfowl, sparrows, and other birds (who knows, perhaps a purple sandpiper or snow bunting!) on the Black Marsh Trail and bay front. Park entrance fee is $3/vehicle (have exact change). Parking area after ticket booth. Bring your camera as well as binoculars. To register, contact Fred at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 443-752-5607. All levels of birders welcome scope helpful if you have one. Registration with Fred required. Limited to 10.
Wednesday, January 27, 7PM, Webinar: Deciphering Winter Bird Behavior with Pickering Creek Audubon Center, Free
Ever wonder how overwintering birds survive the cold?
Though we’re all familiar with the sight of Canada Geese
and other species flying south for the winter in search
of more resources, other residential species find ways
to stick it out locally. Some have physical adaptations
to help them beat the cold, while others change their
behaviors. Join us to find out more, and to learn
what you can do to help birds all winter long.
Webster, Perryville Community Park (Cecil
Meet at Stumps Landing (farthest point east). Scopes
encouraged. Easy walk on mostly pavement to see
Tundra Swans heading north and a variety of
winter ducks, Gadwall, Ring Neck, Wigeon, Scaup,
Canvasback, Bufflehead, Hooded Mergansers.
Dress warmly and bring a hot beverage as we
survey the tip of the Chesapeake Bay. All levels
are encouraged to see these big birds in big
numbers! Call Colleen (410-459-4577) or email
(email@example.com) to register or ask
questions—trip limited to 10 people, so be sure to