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Birds of Mercer County Park Central 8:00 am
Birds of Mercer County Park Central @ Mercer County Park
Oct 5 @ 8:00 am
A field trip on Saturday, October 5 at 8:00 am led by Mark Witmer and Brad Merritt. Mercer County Park Central is a 2,500-acre public park with fields, forests, and a 300-acre freshwater lake. We[...]
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Fiddler’s Creek Preserve at Baldpate Mountain 8:00 am
Fiddler’s Creek Preserve at Baldpate Mountain @ Fiddler's Creek Parking Lot for Baldpate
Oct 12 @ 8:00 am
Fiddler’s Creek Preserve at Baldpate Mountain A field trip on Saturday, October 12 at 8:00 AM led by Sharyn Magee and Tyler Christensen. Fiddler’s Creek Preserve is the old Hollystone Farm across Fiddler’s Creek Road from[...]
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Mt. Rose Preserve 8:00 am
Mt. Rose Preserve @ Mt. Rose Preserve
Oct 19 @ 8:00 am
A field trip on Saturday, October 19 at 8:00 am led by Sharyn Magee and Jim Myers. Mount Rose Preserve consists of 387 acres of meadows, shrub land, and forest. On this walk we will[...]
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Jeffrey Keller: Age, Size, Configuration, and Context: Useful Landscape Attributes for Conserving and Managing Biodiversity 8:00 pm
Jeffrey Keller: Age, Size, Configuration, and Context: Useful Landscape Attributes for Conserving and Managing Biodiversity @ Stainton Hall at Pennington School
Oct 21 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Jeffrey Keller: Age, Size, Configuration, and Context: Useful Landscape Attributes for Conserving and Managing Biodiversity @ Stainton Hall at Pennington School | Pennington | New Jersey | United States
Jeffrey K. Keller:  Age, Size, Configuration, and Context: Useful Landscape Attributes for Conserving and Managing Biodiversity Monday, October 21, 2019, at 8:00 pm Functional Habitat Patch Size Habitat modification GIS-based Wildlife-Habitat Analysis Threatened and endangered[...]
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Mercer Meadows Pole Farm 8:00 am
Mercer Meadows Pole Farm @ Mercer Meadows Pole Farm
Oct 26 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
NEW for the Fall:  A field trip on Saturday, October 26 at 8:00 am, led by David Dorini with Sharyn Magee and Jim Myers. Join us for a fascinating walk around the Pole Farm of[...]
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Mercer Meadows Pole Farm @ Mercer Meadows Pole Farm
Oct 26 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm

NEW for the Fall:  A field trip on Saturday, October 26 at 8:00 am, led by David Dorini with Sharyn Magee and Jim Myers. Join us for a fascinating walk around the Pole Farm of Mercer Meadows. We will be on alert for Sparrows, late Fall migrants and Northern Harriers in the Pole Farm’s native grasslands.

Directions to Mercer Meadows: From the traffic light at Manors Corner shopping center on Pennington-Lawrenceville Rd, take Keefe Rd toward Princeton for 1.1 miles to the bend where it meets Cold Soil Rd. We will meet at the entrance on the left at the intersection of Keefe and Cold Soil Roads.

For additional information, call Brad Merritt at 609-921-8964.

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Mercer Meadows Pole Farm @ Mercer Meadows Pole Farm, Reed Bryan Farm
Nov 2 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm

NEW for the Fall:  A field trip on Saturday, November 2 at 8:00 am, led by Jim Myers. Join us for a fascinating walk around the Pole Farm of Mercer Meadows. We will be on alert for Sparrows, late Fall migrants and Northern Harriers in the Pole Farm’s native grasslands. A Vesper Sparrow was seen here last November.

***Meet at the Reed Bryan Farm entrance on Federal City Rd., Hopewell Twp.*** 

Directions to Mercer Meadows: From Rt. 206 just north of I-295 in Lawrence Twp: take Lawrenceville-Pennington Rd towards Pennington. Continue straight through traffic light at Keefe Rd. Turn right at the light at Federal City Rd. The Reed Bryan parking lot is on the right.

For additional information, call Brad Merritt at 609-921-8964.

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Sandy Hook National Park @ Sandy Hook Parking Lot B
Nov 9 @ 9:00 am

Sandy Hook National Park A field trip on Saturday, November 10, at 9:00 AMled by Brad Merritt and Andrew Bobe.

Sandy Hook is a prime spot for birding and a great way to learn more about shore birds. Opportunities to see raptors, marsh birds, and migrating songbirds along the Jersey shore. Directions: Meet at Parking Lot B on Sandy Hook. For more information, contact Brad Merritt at 609-921-8964.