Cape Cod Bird Club - "Roaming for Birds in Europe, 2001-2018"

October 8th in Brewster

The Cape Cod Bird Club meets on on Monday, October 8th, at 7 PM at the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History, Route 6A, in Brewster.  All meetings are free and everyone is welcome to attend.

This month's program is         John Van de Graaff – “Roaming for Birds in Europe, 2001-2018”. 

John has  traveled frequently, in the Americas as well as Europe.  He’s given dozens of digital presentations, mainly to birding and photography groups, including most of the major bird clubs in Massachusetts.   His photographs are shown in major galleries and museums throughout New England.    Mass Audubon and other organizations have used many of his images.  At home in Northampton he presents annually at the Hampshire Bird Club and is an active member of the Pioneer Valley Photographic Artists (PVPA).  More information can be found at www.capecodbirdclub.org

 

And please join us for these free walks in October.  Registration is requested so the leader knows how many people are coming. 

 

Scusset Beach State Park – Sagamore
Mary Jo Foti (914-262-5878 or [email protected]) & Stefanie Paventy (203-415-1956 or [email protected]) – Saturday, October 13 at 7AM.  Walk around the camping sites, beach front and forests at Scusset.  A variety of birds from waterfowl to passerines will be seen.  Meet at the parking lot nearest the concession stands.

Fort Hill – Eastham
Mark Faherty, [email protected] – Saturday, October 27 at 1:30PM.  Join us for a walk along the loop trail at Fort Hill in Eastham.  We will also watch the marsh during the incoming tide in hopes of those secretive sparrows being pushed up by the water.  High tide will be at 2:17PM.  If you would like to walk the marsh edge, please wear knee high waterproof boots.


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