Join the Bergen County Audubon Society on a guided walk through Harrier Meadow in North Arlington this Sunday (Jan. 6) from 10 am to noon. We’ll keep our eyes peeled looking for ducks, wintering birds and raptors. Harrier Meadow is located off Disposal Road near DeKorte Park.
You don’t want to miss this walk: Harrier Meadow, a stunning natural area, is usually closed to the public. For more information, contact Don Torino at email@example.com or call 201-230-4983.
This year, 2019, will mark the 10th anniversary of Bergen County Audubon’s partnership with the Meadowlands.
A decade ago BCAS and the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission (now the NJSEA) decided to work together to help more people get outside and discover the wonders of an incredible natural world that was right outside their door, our New jersey Meadowlands.
With the help of then-NJMC employee Jim Wright we began conducting twice-monthly free nature walks as an experiment to see how many people would enjoy and learn to love the Meadowlands the way we did. It did not take long to realize that our partnership was very special and the passion for nature in the Meadowlands would bring in people from all walks of life and from many miles around.