Spring 2020 Members-Only Walk Schedule

Join us for a free NYC Audubon Members-Only Walk this spring. Please note: Member events are free for contributing NYC Audubon members at the Student/Senior level and up. All member walks are limited to 20 people. As these events are popular and fill quickly, please limit your registration to one free member event in Central Park for the spring season. You are welcome to register for as many walks outside as Central Park as you would like.

If you have any questions about Members-Only Walks, please contact Director of Development Kellye Rosenheim at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or 646-434-0421.

NOTE: Registration will open for the walks listed below on Thursday, February 20, 9am. 



BROOKLYN'S BEST

[b]Baltimore Oriole[/b][br]© Tom StephensonBaltimore Oriole
© Tom Stephenson

Saturday, April 18, 2020, 7:30-9:30am
Guide: Tom Stephenson

Bird with Tom Stephenson on his home turf. Meet at the entrance to Prospect Park across from Grand Army Plaza and join Tom for a walk around Brooklyn's premier birding location.

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SONGS OF CENTRAL PARK

[b]Yellow-rumped Warbler[/b][br]© Steve NanzYellow-rumped Warbler
© Steve Nanz

Wednesday, April 22, 2020, 7:30-9:30am
Guide: Tom Stephenson
Meet at Central Park West and 72nd Street to seek out early spring migrants with Tom Stephenson, author of The Warbler Guide and creator of the BirdGenie smartphone app.

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CENTRAL PARK RAMBLE

[b]Common Yellowthroat[/b][br]© Lloyd SpitalnikCommon Yellowthroat
© Lloyd Spitalnik

Thursday, April 30, 2020, 7:30-9:30am
Guide: Harry Maas

Meet at Central Park West and 72nd Street. Marvel at spring migration in the Ramble with NYC Audubon Past President Harry Maas.

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SPRING MIGRATION

[b]Blackburnian Warbler[/b][br]© Steve NanzBlackburnian Warbler
© Steve Nanz

Tuesday, May 5, 2020, 7:30-9:30am
Guide: Jeff Kimball

Meet at Central Park West and 72nd Street for a spring walk through the Ramble with Jeff Kimball, filmmaker of Birders: The Central Park Effect and president of NYC Audubon.

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CENTRAL PARK’S NORTH WOODS

[b]Scarlet Tanager[/b][br]© Steve NanzScarlet Tanager
© Steve Nanz

Wednesday, May 6, 2020, 7:30-9:30am
Guide: Kellye Rosenheim

Meet Kellye Rosenheim at Central Park West and 100th Street to see what the North Woods have to offer at the peak of migration.

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SPRING MIGRATION IN ASTORIA PARK, QUEENS

[b]Red-bellied Woodpecker[/b][br]© Steve NanzRed-bellied Woodpecker
© Steve Nanz

Sunday, May 10, 2020, 9-10:30am
Guide: Kellie Quiñones

Meet NYC Audubon Board Member Kellie Quiñones at the entrance to Astoria Park at 19th Street and Hoyt Avenue North for a Mother’s Day walk to seek migratory and resident birds.

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EXPLORING GOVERNORS ISLAND

[b]Red-tailed Hawk[/b][br]© François PortmannRed-tailed Hawk
© François Portmann

Friday, May 15, 2020, 10am-12:30pm
Guide: Annie Barry

Meet at the Governors Island Ferry (Battery Marine Terminal near the S.I. Ferry) to ride to the island for a bird walk with expert Annie Barry. Check ferry schedule online in May.

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EXPLORING GOVERNORS ISLAND II

[b]Common Terns on Governors Island[/b][br]© Annie BarryCommon Terns on Governors Island
© Annie Barry

Saturday, May 16, 2020, 10am-12:30pm
Guide: Annie Barry

Meet at the Governors Island Ferry (Battery Marine Terminal near the S.I. Ferry) to ride to the island for a bird walk with expert Annie Barry. Check ferry schedule online in May.

Click here to register.

 

NOTE: Registration will open for the walks listed above on Thursday, February 20, 9am. 

 

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