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Bergen County Audubon led Bird Walks at Teaneck Creek Conservancy
The Teaneck Creek Conservancy and Bergen County Audubon Society have partnered for a series of Bird Walk and Talk field trips. These walks will be part-lesson, and part hike in the forested freshwater wetlands of Teaneck Creek Park - a premium rest stop in the eastern flyway for migrating birds. Bird watching is an easy and fun way to spend quality time outdoors. With little or no equipment you can learn to identify by sight and sound and the birds that live in your neighborhood. Learn about bird behaviors and gain an appreciation for the habitats we share. All walks are free and open to the public. Bring binoculars. A limited number of sets are provided by the BC Audubon.
More About Teaneck Creek Conservancy
The Teaneck Creek Conservancy (TCC) is a member-supported non-profit organization, which is dedicated to the reclamation and transformation of a 46-acre former dumpsite. TCC is unique in its commitment to communicating the history and ecology of the park through and ecological and artistic endeavors (EcoArt). Highlights of the park include a 1.8 mile trail system, an outdoor classroom, and place-specific art works that illuminate the history, culture, and ecology of the Park.
Other events here
- Vine Craft Bird Condo Workshop at Teaneck Creek Conservancy Tomorrow, May 19, 12:30 pm–2:30 pm