OLD LYME OPEN SPACE COMMISSION
OLD LYME LAND TRUST
On a Bird Walk led by Andy Griswold
renowned Bird Guide and Director of Ecotravel for
Connecticut Audubon Society
In Celebration of
International Migratory Bird Day
Saturday, May 12, 2012 8 am to 10am.
Ames Family Preserve, Old Lyme
8-1 Evergreen Trail, Old Lyme
Directions: Take Route 1 north from the intersection of Halls Road and Lyme Street (towards Rogers Lake) approximately 1 mile. Turn right onto Boggy Hole Road and travel .6m to Evergreen Trail (first left before Tisbury Rd.), Turn left and park at the end of the cul de sac.
For more information contact Diana Johnson (860-391-1050)
Terrain is fairly flat. Bring your binoculars. Old Lyme Bird List provided.
International Migratory Bird Day is a holiday dedicated to the celebration of migratory birds, and to conservation awareness. Originated by the Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center, it is celebrated annually the second Saturday in May and the second Saturday in October. May is peak migratory bird season in Connecticut, especially for the illusive warbler species.