Wed, May 04|
Birding in Central Park with CHN and NYC Audubon
Join your Carnegie Hill neighbors and expert birder Tod Winston from NYC Audubon for morning of exploring the North Woods during the spring migration. Photo Credit: Lloyd Spitalnik
Time & Location
May 04, 2022, 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM
New York, Fifth Avenue and East 102nd Street
About the Event
Join NYC Audubon for a guided bird walk of Central Park’s northern section to enjoy the marvel of spring migration. This walking tour will explore the peaceful and beautiful Great Hill, North Woods, and Loch, watching for colorful songbirds including warblers, vireos, tanagers, orioles, and more.
The walk will last around two hours and cover approximately two miles, so wear comfortable walking shoes and dress for the weather. Please bring binoculars if you have them, though the guide will have extra pairs to lend participants.
The walk will end at Carnegie Hill Neighbors’ office at Madison & 94th Street around 10am, with coffee and a chance to learn more about NYC Audubon’s work.
Guide: Tod Winston
A lifelong birder, Tod Winston wears several hats at NYC Audubon: As associate director of content, Tod edits the organization's website, Urban Audubon newsletter, and other publications. In a research role, he has led NYC Audubon's Harbor Herons Nesting Survey for the past eight years, and helps with other bird survey and banding projects. Tod also teaches the organization's Beginning Birding course and leads events including his spring Birding by Ear series. He is always thrilled to bring new "converts" to the joys of birding in New York City!