Migrants in Central Park, The Warblers Are Coming!

Migrants in Central Park, The Warblers Are Coming!

Spring is the time for migrants in Central Park. Tiny wood warblers, many of them Threatened or Endangered species, come by the hundreds migrating from their winter homes in the Caribbean, Mexico, and Central and South America. They follow the ancient route we moderns now call the Atlantic Flyway. Central Park is a vital resting area for these migrating warblers and others, earning its designation as an Audubon IBA or Important Bird Area. Simultaneously, birdwatchers, wildlife photographers, and nature lovers from around the world also arrive in Manhattan. In early May, the Park becomes a month-long party of enthusiastic birders from casual observers to international experts, trading tips, sightings, and stories. Join the fun.

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How to Find Warblers & Make Friends in the Hudson River Valley

How to Find Warblers & Make Friends in the Hudson River Valley

Discover tiny rainbow-colored birds resting after flying from as far south as Peru, on their way to as far north as the Arctic,  great people, picturesque river towns, fabulous local food, wine, and beer, plus nesting bald eagles, blue herons and the amazing natural beauty of New York State's Hudson River Valley. 

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