Leaders: Peter Davenport and Fernand Brunschwig
Description: In spring, Central Park becomes a global birding hot-spot. Thousands of colorful songbirds migrating from the tropics stop in the park each day in April, May and early June to refuel on insects before continuing north toward their breeding grounds. Join us for a walk through the north end of the park to learn how to identify these birds—flycatchers, warblers, thrushes, raptors and more—and search for rarities. Bring walking footwear and binoculars and/or a camera with a good telephoto lens. Don’t be late—We will start walking at 7:45 am sharp.
STEMteachersNYC delivers professional development workshops for teachers, but teachers, about teaching, since 2011. All workshops over 2hrs offer CTLE. CUNY Pre-service teachers may attend for free; Brooklyn College Pre-service teachers receive Field Site hours. Please reach out if your school requires an invoice. We are an NYCDOE MTAC Vendor.
Dates: One 3.5-hour Session, 5/1/2021 (7:45-11:00am EDT – rain date May 14 )
Group Meets at 103rd Street & Central Park West
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