|Nature/Bird walk @|
Nelson Beach, Plymouth
B is for Birding~
The Audubon Society's John Galluzzo (Adult Education Coordinator, South Shore Sanctuaries) led a bird walk along the rail trail/bike path near Nelson Beach on Saturday, 9.10. He pointed out an osprey nest (and its inhabitant), cormorants, swans, plovers and many more feathered creatures.
|Osprey coming in for a landing|
John will lead a couple of other free Plymouth bird walks later in the Winter, and I highly recommend them. You need to register by calling the society (9AM - 4PM, M - F): 781.837.9400
An Introduction to Birding in Plymouth: South Plymouth Ponds
Sat, Dec 17, 2011 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
|Near Holmes Field|
An Introduction to Birding in Plymouth: Morton Park
Sat, Feb 4, 2012 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
|There are swans behind the greenery|
A walk in Brewster Park is always a good thing! The Town Brook, little water falls, jewel weed, peace...
|Brewster Park, Plymouth|
|The Old North Street|
|Farmers Market - Plymouth|
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There's always much more to do and see than there is time to do it~