Local Trips and Classes

[b]Central Park Birding[/b]Central Park Birding

Come out and see what New York City has to offer!

NYC Audubon offers a great variety of trips and classes right here close to home, in all five boroughs and beyond. Please browse our selections of local trips and classes below.

To read about ongoing free walks with Bryant Park, Van Cortlandt Park, and other NYC locations,
please click here.
 


PLEASE NOTE: Spring walks will become available for member-only online registration MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4th at 9am. General online registration will open to the public on Monday, February 25th at 9am. 

Upcoming Local Trips & Classes - Click on each event title to learn more 

Sunday, December 9th: Intro to Birding: Bird Walk in Central Park

Sunday, December 9th: SOLD OUT Audubon Mural Project Tour

Saturday, December 15th: Winter Birds Workshop at Jamaica Bay

Saturday, December 15th: Van Trip to the Winter Birds Workshop at Jamaica Bay

Tuesday, January 1st: New Year's Day Beach Walk at Fort Tilden, Queens

Thursday, January 3rd: Winter Waterfowl ID Workshop

Friday, January 4th: Central Park Winter Walk

Saturday, January 12th: SOLD OUT Winter Birding on the South Shore of Long Island

Saturday, January 12th: Forest Park Feeder Watch and Owl Prowl

Wednesday, January 16th: SOLD OUT The Freshwater Ponds of Long Island's South Shore

Friday, January 18th: Central Park Winter Walk

Sunday, January 20th: Eagle Watch and Bird Walk at Inwood Hill Park, Manhattan

Sunday, January 20th: SOLD OUT The Snow Birds of Floyd Bennett Field and Fort Tilden

Wednesday, January 23rd: Bird Walk in Central Park's North End

Saturday, January 26th: Randall's Island Winter Walk

Sunday, January 27th: Forest Park Feeder Watch and Owl Prowl

Tuesday, January 29th: The Winter Birds of DeKorte Park, NJ

Friday, February 1st: Central Park Winter Walk

Saturday, February 2nd: Winter Eagles on the Hudson

Sunday, February 3rd: Winter Waterfowl of the Brooklyn Coast

Sunday, February 3rd: SOLD OUT Soaring Raptors - Eagles and Owls of the Hudson River Valley

Sunday, February 3rd: SOLD OUT Superb Owl Sunday

Sunday, February 10th: Bird Walk to Central Park's Ramble and Reservoir

Sunday, February 10th: Birding Gems of Staten Island - Winter at Freshkills Park

Friday, February 15th: Central Park Winter Walk

Sunday, February 17th: Snow Birds of Floyd Bennett Field and Fort Tilden

Saturday, February 23rd: Winter Thaw Bird Walk at Jamaica Bay

Saturday, February 23rd: Van Trip to the Winter Thaw Bird Walk at Jamaica Bay

Sunday, February 24th: Winter Birds of DeKorte Park, NJ

Friday, March 1st: SOLD OUT Winter Birds of the Barrier Islands, LI

Friday, March 1st: Central Park Winter Walk

Saturday, March 2nd: Winter Walk at Inwood Hill Park

Saturday, March 2nd: Intro to Birding: Bird Walk in Central Park

Sunday, March 3rd: Winter Birds of Barnegat, NJ

Saturday, March 9th: Winter Birding on the South Shore of Long Island

Friday, March 15th: Central Park Winter Walk

Wednesday, March 20th: First Day of Spring Bird Walk in Central Park

Sunday, March 24th: Audubon Mural Project Tour

Wednesday, March 27th: Beginning Birding

Sunday, April 14th: SOLD OUT The Birds of Sandy Hook, NJ


Ongoing Free Events

WINTER BIRDING AT WAVE HILL, THE BRONX
Sundays, December 9, January 13, February 10, 9:30-11:30am
With Wave Hill
Naturalist Gabriel Willow contributes his extensive knowledge of bird species and their behaviors on these captivating walks. Wave Hill’s garden setting overlooking the Hudson River flyway provides the perfect habitat for resident and migrating birds. Ages 10 and up welcome with an adult. Limited to 20. NYC Audubon members enjoy two-for-one admission (see www.wavehill.org for more information).

 

WATERFRONT BIRD WALKS AT THE BATTERY
Tuesdays, January 22, January 29, February 5, and February 12, 8-9am
Guide: Gabriel Willow
With The Battery Conservancy

Meet at the Netherlands Memorial Flagpole located at the entrance to the park on the corner of Broadway, Battery Place, and State Street. Join Gabriel Willow to explore the diverse wintering birds that find food and habitat on lower Manhattan's waterfront such as ducks, geese, loons, grebes, and gulls. Seals may also be seen. RSVP preferred, click here to register. No Limit. Free

 

 

 

 


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