Yes, you’ve probably seen plenty of robins bopping along, but spring in the Catskills promises a few more exotic species, too: warblers, golden-crowned kinglets, maybe some brown creepers. Tomorrow marks the start of birdwatching season, with a walk through the Ramshorn-Livingston Marsh Sanctuary, lead by Audubon New York Education Coordinator Larry Federman. The walk starts at 7:30AM, lasting as long as four hours, depending on how many birdies make an appearance.
For the next six weeks, Federman will conduct these walks every Wednesday at 7:30AM, teaching bird ID-ing skills along the way. For more info, call Federman at 518-678-3248 or shoot him an email. A $5 donation is suggested.