Date - March 18, 2018
8:30 am - 12:00 pm
Birding Burlington County with Sandra Keller – March
Explore Franklin Parker Preserve searching for early migrants. Expect a lot of walking on fairly well maintained trails. Franklin Parker Preserve comprises 9,770 acres of pine woods south of Chatsworth lake. The Preserve is New Jersey Conservation Foundation’s largest, encompasses 16 square miles in the heart of the New Jersey Pine Barrens. It is accessible by a network of sandy roads that wind though pitch pine forest and blueberry fields, and run along the preserve’s cedar swamp, shallow lakes and pristine tributaries of the West Branch of the Wading River.
Meet at the “Speedwell” parking area on Rt 563 at the south end of the preserve. See photo for exact location. http://njconservation.org/preserves/FPPDirectionsrevisedSpeedwellEntrance.pdf
Trip Leader: Sandra Keller
Free to all members and non-members
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