Learn about Morristown’s wildlife, from the Audubon Society, April 23

THE KING OF FOOTE'S POND, April 2019. Photo by Kevin Coughlin
THE KING OF FOOTE'S POND, April 2019. Photo by Kevin Coughlin
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No, we’re not talking about the late-night bar scene.

We’re talking about Morristown’s other wildlife: Birds and bears and such.

Sustainable Morristown and the New Jersey Audubon Society are hosting a free talk about our flora and fauna, this Tuesday, April 23, 2019, at 6 pm in the Morristown & Township Library:

Learn about the diverse animals calling Morristown their home – from Monarch butterflies to amphibians and reptiles to raptors like Bald Eagles – yes they are here. Discover what bird feeders work best, proper use of binoculars and view photos of Morristown wildlife by local photographers.

It’s family focused, and the first 15 guests receive a complimentary NJ Audubon annual membership.  At One Miller Road, Morristown.

EAGLE EYED: Photo courtesy of Sustainable Morristown/ NJ Audubon Society.
EAGLE EYED: Photo courtesy of Sustainable Morristown/ NJ Audubon Society.

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