Just a reminder that there are a limited number of tickets left for this weekend's Sixth Annual “Meadowlands Festival of Birding.”
The two-day event includes field trips on foot and by boat, birding basics for beginners and loaner binoculars, a keynote lecture on migration by Dr. Robert DeCandido, a butterfly program, a raptor show, and much more.
The festivities start early Saturday morning at the NJMC’s Meadowlands Environment Center, in DeKorte Park, and include early morning bird-banding at Harrier Meadow – a 70-acre natural area usually closed to the public – and excursions on the river and to other unique sites.
The $40 registration fee benefits festival organizers the Hackensack Riverkeeper and New Jersey Audubon Society, and includes breakfast and lunch on Saturday. Ages 10 to 17 are free.
To purchase tickets call the Riverkeeper at 201-968-0808 or click here.