IMBD Field Trip: Habitats of Fremont with Pam Hunt

$ 5.00

Located in the center of Rockingham County, Fremont doesn’t get a lot of birding attention. Yet it hosts a diverse mix of habitats from extensive hayfields to the large and mysterious “Spruce Swamp”. The trip will have two start times. For individuals interested in listening for whip-poor-wills and other nocturnal birds, as well as experiencing the dawn chorus, meet at 4:30 a.m. The second wave will start at 6:00. Meet at the Fremont Public Library (7 Jackie Bernier Drive, off Route 107). Be prepared for a walk of 2-3 miles (round trip) on even ground at the start of the daylight portion.

Leader: Senior Biologist for Avian Conservation, Pam Hunt.  Registration required. Fee: $5/person