Events & Adventures
Join us for a free NYC Audubon member event this spring. Please note: Member events are free for Contributing NYC Audubon members or as detailed below. As these events are popular and fill quickly, please limit your registration to one free member event per month. To register for a Member event, call Kellye Rosenheim 212-691-7483 x306.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, JOHN JAMES AUDUBON! (FULL)
NOTE: Registration now closed
Tuesday, April 26, 3:30-5pm
NOTE: Due to weather forecast, this event has been rescheduled to:
Monday, May 2, 3:30-5pm
Meet at the gates to Trinity Cemetery, on 155th Street between Broadway and Amsterdam. Born on April 26, 1785 on Saint-Domingue (now Haiti), Audubon roamed widely during his eventful life. Not many know that he wound up in Trinity Cemetery near his New York City home at Minniesland. Join Kellye Rosenheim for some afternoon birdwatching and a tour of this historic graveyard with Trinity Cemetery's Daniel Levatino, as well as a look at some nearby Audubon bird murals with National Audubon's Mark Jannot. Limited to 20. Free for Contributing NYC Audubon Members at the Student/Senior level and up.
CENTRAL PARK WITH TOM STEPHENSON
Wednesday, April 27, 7:30-9am
Meet at Central Park West and 72nd Street to seek out early spring migrants with Tom Stephenson, author of The Warbler Guide. Limited to 20. Free for Contributing NYC Audubon Members at the Student/Senior level and up.
CENTRAL PARK WITH HARRY MAAS
Monday, May 2, 7-8:30am
Meet at Central Park West and 72nd Street. Join Harry Maas, president of NYC Audubon, when migration is in full swing! Limited to 20. Free for Contributing NYC Audubon Members at the Student/Senior level and up.
CENTRAL PARK WITH KELLYE ROSENHEIM (FULL)
NOTE: Registration Now Closed
Friday, May 6, 3:30-5:30pm
Meet at Loeb Boathouse to look for songbirds at the height of migration with Kellye Rosenheim. Limited to 20. Free for Contributing NYC Audubon Members at the Student/Senior level and up.
CENTRAL PARK RAMBLE WITH THE ISRAEL ORNITHOLOGICAL CENTER
Thursday, May 12, 7-9am
Meet at the Loeb Boathouse for a special walk in Central Park during peak migration season with Dan Alon and Jonathan Meyrav of the Israel Ornithological Center, a division of the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel. Dan and Jonathan will also be presenting “Birds and Conservation in Israel in Beyond” at our May 11 lecture at the Central Park Zoo 4-D Theater the previous night. (Click here to learn more about the lecture.) Walk limited to 20. Free and open only to Contributing Members of NYC Audubon and members of the American Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel.
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