For members and friends of the Humber Natural History Society:
WINTER BIRDS IN AND AROUND THE HARBOUR
Did you know there are five or six species of gull that can be seen around Corner Brook? Do you know there are four or more species of duck that spend the winter in the harbour? Join members of the Humber Natural History on a field trip to see these winged neighbours and learn how to tell them apart. Learn where the best vantage points are to see the harbour birds.
Saturday, Jan 22, 2011 at 10 AM
Meet in the Corner Brook Plaza Parking lot towards the Zeller’s end, overlooking Confederation Drive – look for people with binoculars. Depending on the number of people we may divide into small groups.
Bring binoculars (and telescope) and your bird book if you have them.
For further information contact Lois Bateman
firstname.lastname@example.org 634-7206 (h) 637-6247(w)