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NH Audubon's 34rd annual "Waterfowl Safari"

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Bufflehead (top) and Ring-necked Duck
Photographs by Aiden Moser

Each spring, migrating ducks move up the Connecticut River basin to points further north. Dabblers and divers, small and large, these aren't your city-park mallards! Ever seen a male Wood Duck in full breeding regalia? Or a Common Goldeneye throwing his head back to court his mate? This long-running bird survey is sure to offer some great sights, as spring migration 2015 starts building momentum! 

Phil Brown, YBC Coordinator and NH Audubon's Director of Land Management, will be our guide on this tour. We will caravan from Charlestown, NH, to Herrick's Cove, VT, where we'll gather for "lunch and tall tales." To read more about this event, which is sponsored by the Monadnock chapter of NH Audubon (open to all, Members and non-Members alike) click here.

Let's meet at the Charlestown Library at 8 a.m. We'll stop for a little lunch at Herrick's Cove around noon. Bring some water, a bite to eat, and dress for the weather! R.S.V.P. to if you plan to attend.

Earlier Event: January 8
Mammal Tracking at Willard Pond
Later Event: May 7
Migration on the Salt Marsh