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Join The Watch Hill Conservancy for an educational program that celebrates a decade of stewardship in the Napatree Point Conservation Area. Led by Napatree Science Advisor Dr. Peter Paton, this guided tour will take participants on a journey along the shore of Napatree to discover the diverse bird species that call this area home.
With a staggering 302 species of birds observed in the Conservation Area, Napatree has been designated as a Globally Important Bird Area by the National Audubon Society. This program is a unique opportunity for bird enthusiasts and nature lovers to deepen their understanding of the rich avian biodiversity in this stunning location.
Lasting approximately 90 minutes, this program will involve a leisurely walk of about 2.5 miles on sandy terrain. This program is designed for individuals aged 15 and older, and participants under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. No dogs.
Parking for this program can be found throughout the village of Watch Hill.
The Napatree Scientific Stroll program showcases 10 years of monitoring and stewardship efforts in The Napatree Point Conservation Area. To learn more about the incredible work that has been done, you can read the 10th Anniversary of The State of Napatree Report.