Birding at Mallard Point
May 21, 2024 @ 8:30 am - 9:15 am
Join us for a guided bird stroll to discover which bird species call Mallard Point home. This event is perfect for bird enthusiasts and nature lovers. Ellenor Simmons will lead us through this recreation easement to a fantastic view of the Taunton River in Somerset, home to many varieties of birds. We recommend bringing binoculars or spotting scope if you have them, for an up-close look at these feathered friends. For those able, we will walk down a short steep incline to access the water’s edge. For those unable to access the incline, we recommend bringing a camping chair to enjoy the scenery and bird songs as you wait.
Sturdy footwear recommended. Pups welcomed on leash. No restrooms available.
Ellenor brings 32 years of state parks experience to TRWA as a former Southcoast Field Operations Team Leader and park supervisor with the MA Department of Conservation and Recreation. In her retirement, she enjoys leading walks and volunteering with our Diamondback Terrapin Population Research Project
Limited to 15 participants. Registration required.
Members free, non-members $5.
Meeting Place: By entrance sign. Parking along corner of Pilot and Anchor Drives; Do not block private driveways.
To register call (508) 828-1101 or email email@example.com.