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Born to be Shorn!

Saturday, May 4, 2024
10:00 am -
Add to Calendar Saturday, May 4, 2024 10:00 am America/New_York Born to be Shorn! It’s time for a haircut! Watch Master Shearer Margaret Quinn demonstrate how to properly shear a sheep the old-fashioned way. Learn how wool is used for crafts such as spinning, felting, and dyeing! Fosterfields Living Historical Farm

Fosterfields Living Historical Farm 73 Kahdena Road
Morristown, NJ 07960

It’s time for a haircut! Watch Master Shearer Margaret Quinn demonstrate how to properly shear a sheep the old-fashioned way. Learn how wool is used for crafts such as spinning, felting, and dyeing!


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World Series of Birding: Jonathan’s Woods

Saturday, May 11, 2024
7:00 am -
Add to Calendar Saturday, May 11, 2024 7:00 am America/New_York World Series of Birding: Jonathan’s Woods Join our team, “the Wandering Warblers,” as we search for birds at 5 different Morris County Parks as part of NJ Audubon’s World Series of Birding event and fundraiser. Sign up for one site or all five! All skill levels are welcome. During these educational walks, we’ll share fun facts about every bird we see as we strive to spot the most species possible in one day. Binoculars will be available while supplies last.Half of your fee goes towards supporting NJ Audubon. At Jonathan’s Woods, we’re hoping for lots of warblers, swallows and waterbirds, and if we’re lucky, a woodcock!

Join our team, “the Wandering Warblers,” as we search for birds at 5 different Morris County Parks as part of NJ Audubon’s World Series of Birding event and fundraiser. Sign up for one site or all five! All skill levels are welcome. During these educational walks, we’ll share fun facts about every bird we see as we strive to spot the most species possible in one day. Binoculars will be available while supplies last.Half of your fee goes towards supporting NJ Audubon. At Jonathan’s Woods, we’re hoping for lots of warblers, swallows and waterbirds, and if we’re lucky, a woodcock!


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World Series of Birding: Tourne County Park

Saturday, May 11, 2024
8:45 am -
Add to Calendar Saturday, May 11, 2024 8:45 am America/New_York World Series of Birding: Tourne County Park Join our team, “the Wandering Warblers,” as we search for birds at 5 different Morris County Parks as part of NJ Audubon’s World Series of Birding event and fundraiser. Sign up for one site or all five! All skill levels are welcome. During these educational walks, we’ll share fun facts about every bird we see as we strive to spot the most species possible in one day. Binoculars will be available while supplies last. Half of your fee goes towards support NJ Audubon. At the Tourne, we’re hoping for more warblers and spring migrants, and if we’re lucky, an endangered…

Join our team, “the Wandering Warblers,” as we search for birds at 5 different Morris County Parks as part of NJ Audubon’s World Series of Birding event and fundraiser. Sign up for one site or all five! All skill levels are welcome. During these educational walks, we’ll share fun facts about every bird we see as we strive to spot the most species possible in one day. Binoculars will be available while supplies last. Half of your fee goes towards support NJ Audubon. At the Tourne, we’re hoping for more warblers and spring migrants, and if we’re lucky, an endangered red-headed woodpecker!


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World Series of Birding: Hedden County Park

Saturday, May 11, 2024
11:00 am -
Add to Calendar Saturday, May 11, 2024 11:00 am America/New_York World Series of Birding: Hedden County Park Join our team, “the Wandering Warblers,” as we search for birds at 5 different Morris County Parks as part of NJ Audubon’s World Series of Birding event and fundraiser. Sign up for one site or all five! All skill levels are welcome. During these educational walks, we’ll share fun facts about every bird we see as we strive to spot the most species possible in one day. Half of your fee goes towards supporting NJ Audubon. Binoculars will be available while supplies last. At Hedden Park, we will focus on waterbirds, ducks and sandpipers, but we may see more spring…

Join our team, “the Wandering Warblers,” as we search for birds at 5 different Morris County Parks as part of NJ Audubon’s World Series of Birding event and fundraiser. Sign up for one site or all five! All skill levels are welcome. During these educational walks, we’ll share fun facts about every bird we see as we strive to spot the most species possible in one day. Half of your fee goes towards supporting NJ Audubon. Binoculars will be available while supplies last. At Hedden Park, we will focus on waterbirds, ducks and sandpipers, but we may see more spring migrants as well.


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World Series of Birding: Great Swamp Outdoor Education Center

Saturday, May 11, 2024
2:00 pm -
Add to Calendar Saturday, May 11, 2024 2:00 pm America/New_York World Series of Birding: Great Swamp Outdoor Education Center Join our team, “the Wandering Warblers,” as we search for birds at 5 different Morris County Parks as part of NJ Audubon’s World Series of Birding event and fundraiser. Sign up for one site or all five! All skill levels are welcome. During these educational walks, we’ll share fun facts about every bird we see as we strive to spot the most species possible in one day. Binoculars will be available while supplies last. Half of your fee goes towards supporting NJ Audubon. At the Great Swamp OEC, we’ll be trying for a ruby-throated hummingbird, red-winged blackbirds and other marsh… Great Swamp Outdoor Education Center

Great Swamp Outdoor Education Center 247 Southern Boulevard
Chatham Township, NJ 07928

Join our team, “the Wandering Warblers,” as we search for birds at 5 different Morris County Parks as part of NJ Audubon’s World Series of Birding event and fundraiser. Sign up for one site or all five! All skill levels are welcome. During these educational walks, we’ll share fun facts about every bird we see as we strive to spot the most species possible in one day. Binoculars will be available while supplies last. Half of your fee goes towards supporting NJ Audubon. At the Great Swamp OEC, we’ll be trying for a ruby-throated hummingbird, red-winged blackbirds and other marsh species, Baltimore orioles, and if we’re lucky, an endangered red-shouldered hawk!


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World Series of Birding: Elizabeth D. Kay Environmental Center

Saturday, May 11, 2024
5:00 pm -
Add to Calendar Saturday, May 11, 2024 5:00 pm America/New_York World Series of Birding: Elizabeth D. Kay Environmental Center Join our team, “the Wandering Warblers,” as we search for birds at 5 different Morris County Parks as part of NJ Audubon’s World Series of Birding event and fundraiser. Sign up for one site or all five! All skill levels are welcome. During these educational walks, we’ll share fun facts about every bird we see as we strive to spot the most species possible in one day. Binoculars will be available while supplies last. Half of your fee goes towards supporting NJ Audubon. At the Kay Center, we’ll be focusing on meadow species, such as indigo buntings and field sparrows,… Kay Environmental Center

Kay Environmental Center

Join our team, “the Wandering Warblers,” as we search for birds at 5 different Morris County Parks as part of NJ Audubon’s World Series of Birding event and fundraiser. Sign up for one site or all five! All skill levels are welcome. During these educational walks, we’ll share fun facts about every bird we see as we strive to spot the most species possible in one day. Binoculars will be available while supplies last. Half of your fee goes towards supporting NJ Audubon. At the Kay Center, we’ll be focusing on meadow species, such as indigo buntings and field sparrows, but the forest edges could reveal some vireos and other migrants.


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Tubbs Lecture: Taking Private Gardens Public and Making them Great in the Process

Saturday, May 18, 2024
1:00 pm -
Add to Calendar Saturday, May 18, 2024 1:00 pm America/New_York Tubbs Lecture: Taking Private Gardens Public and Making them Great in the Process What makes a formerly private garden inviting to the public and still retain its glory? How do plants convey history yet remain forward-looking? Louis Bauer, Founding Director of Greenwood Gardens and former Director of Horitculture at Wave Hill Gardens, will talk about the flowers, trees and shrubs that make an old garden look new and modern. Light refreshments will be served after the lecture in the Historic Tubbs House. Willowwood Arboretum

Willowwood Arboretum 300 Longview Road
Chester Township, NJ 07931

What makes a formerly private garden inviting to the public and still retain its glory? How do plants convey history yet remain forward-looking? Louis Bauer, Founding Director of Greenwood Gardens and former Director of Horitculture at Wave Hill Gardens, will talk about the flowers, trees and shrubs that make an old garden look new and modern. Light refreshments will be served after the lecture in the Historic Tubbs House.


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