This special bird walk, sponsored by Bergen Audubon and the Meadowlands Commission, will be at 10 a.m. at Harrier Meadow in North Arlington, and (weather permitting) will feature a bird-banding demonstration by NJMC naturalist Mike Newhouse.
In the photo above, taken Friday, he was banding an American Kestrel.
This free event starts at Harrier Meadow and runs from two hours. To rsvp, contact Don Torino of the BCAS at email@example.com or 201-636-4022.
Click "Continue reading for more info, a standard release you'll need to sign, directions, and other particulars
The walk is rain or shine. Lightning cancels.
As always, bug spray, binoculars and sunscreen are a good idea…
Because Harrier Meadow is ordinarily closed to the public, you will need to sign a standard release to visit the site. Download it here or sign a release on Tuesday:
To get to Harrier Meadow:
Go to the entrance to DeKortePark in
You will stay on
After roughly a mile, you will come to a stop sign. Stay to the left, pass the PSEG substation, and make a left. You are at the gate to Harrier.
To get to
From Route 3 East follow signs for 17 South,
From Route 3 West follow signs for 17 South,
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