Summary Learn about eagles & other wetland residents so you can volunteer to answer visitor questions at the Basha Kill. Three shifts of three hours each, weekends from April
Learn about eagles & other wetland residents so you can volunteer to answer visitor questions at the Basha Kill. Three shifts of three hours each, weekends from April 18 – June 28.
Learn about wetland residents, including bald eagles, so that you can share information with Basha Kill visitors. If you’d like to join the BKAA’s Nature Watch (NW) as a volunteer, attend the NW Annual Training. Registration begins at 9:30 am, with programing following at 10:00 am. Training takes place at Mamakating Environmental Education & Interpretive Center,762 South Road, Wurtsboro. Highlight of this year’s program is a presentation by long-time Basha Kill naturalist / historian, Gary Keeton on the many changes he has observed at the wetland over the last 40 years. After training, volunteers sign up for three shifts of three hours each, on Saturdays or Sundays, from April 18 through June 28. Field trip to the site to familiarize you with spotting scopes and Nature Watch location.Call Kevin Keller, 845-434-6209 or Maryallison Farley, 845-888-0261 to register. Sponsored by the Basha Kill Area Association, the watchdog group for the unique, 3,000 acre wetland straddling Orange and Sullivan Counties. www.facebook.com/thebashakill.org
All Day (Friday)
Mamakating Environmental Center
762 South Road Wurtsboro 12790