Bird in the Pepper Tree
Don’t mind my inexplicable delight
in knowing your name,
little Wilson’s Warbler
yellow as a lemon, with a smooth, black cap..
Just do what you do and don’t worry, dipping
branch by branch down to the fountain….
A name is not a leash.
– By Mary Oliver
Do you know there are approximately 230 different species of birds can be found in Central Park? Some are year round and some would stop by during the spring and fall migration season. Join Lin Gordon (nature meditation teacher) and Stephen Roylance (retired science teacher) in taking an early morning walk through Central Park, where we will listen to the sounds within and without.
Who: Lin Gordon and Stephen Roylance
When: 8:15am-10:30am, Saturday, June 13, 2019
Where: Meet at 72nd St and Central Park West entrance
Public Transportation: 72nd St station, 1, 2, 3, B or C by Subway
Registration Fee: Sliding scale from $15, $20, to $25. Registration is now opened.
No prior meditation or birding experience needed.
- Organic bug/tick repellent
- Comfortable clothing