This event has already occurred.
Fall migrants will be the target on this second of two walks (Sept. 24 and
Oct. 15) through the weedy fields at Maine Inland Fish and Wildlife’s Green Point Farm Wildlife Management Area. Migrant sparrows abound, with ten species recorded here and individuals at times numbering in the hundreds. We’ll also look for other migrants in the variety of habitats Green Point has to offer.
Meet at north end of Bath Plaza, across from McDonald’s at 7:00 a.m. to carpool; or at 7:30 a.m. at Green Point Farm. Park next to the large green metal shed at the Farm (not
at the little green farmhouse by the bridge). FMI call Gordon Smith, 725-0282 about this October second trip.