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Discovery Walk at the CIC: Birding & Identification

  • Maurice D. Hinchey Catskill Interpretive Center 5096 State Route 28 Mount Tremper, NY 12457 US (map)

Join us for the first in a new series of winter Discovery Walks - all about birding! We’ll practice birding basics, use binoculars to get the best views, and keep a record of sighted bird species on our property. We'll introduce visitors to identification with field guides, as well as utilize eBird and iNaturalist. 

If you have your own set of binoculars, please bring them, otherwise we’ll have a small number of pairs to share. Since we’ll be outside for about an hour depending on weather conditions, don’t forget extra layers, hat, gloves, and scarf!

Discovery Walks are a new winter program at the Catskill Interpretive Center, happening on the first weekend of each month throughout the season. Spend time outdoors on our beautiful nature trails learning about a specific topic each month and meeting new people in the Catskill community. Open to all ages and experience levels! Keep an eye on our website or Facebook page for more information on upcoming Discovery Walks.

For more information contact Olivia Bernard : or call the Catskill Interpretive Center at 845-688-3369.

Photo by Jacob Jimenez

Later Event: February 5
Catskill Park Day 2019