After wintering in warmer climates, migratory birds are returning to their northern breeding grounds and we need your help charting these bird populations.
Please join us with experts, Dr. Adam Mitchell from Tarleton State University, and the University of Delaware team, Emily Baisden and Will Almeida, for our annual spring migratory bird count on Sunday, May 8.
What: FIConservancy 2022 Spring Migratory Bird Count
When: Sunday, May 8, 8am—10:30am
Where: Meet outside the Fishers Island Community Center & BYOBinoculars
Following Audubon bird count rules, birders will make 15 five-minute stops from the West End to the East End of Fishers Island. At each timed stop, birders count birds and call out what they see. Our experts will lead the count and answer your questions about migratory birds.
We hope to see you at this fun, informative outdoor event, celebrating the spring season at Fishers Island. Don’t forget to RSVP at the green button above today!
FIConservancy TeamFall 2021 Migratory Bird Count Results
We’re fortunate that Fishers Island is on the Atlantic Flyway, a major north-south flyway for migratory birds in North America. Migrating songbirds descend on woods and thickets, along ponds and next to streams, to feed on the insects that fuel their migrations.