Shore Birds and Wild Edibles

Here is a fun and informative adventure happening on Sandy Hook this weekend:

Join Littoral Society naturalists for a hike down a sandy path to one of the least visited beaches at Sandy Hook. Along the way we will identify some of the Hook’s edible plants that were an important food source for the early settlers and Native Americans that once inhabited this area. Once we reach the tip of Sandy Hook, we will have the chance to observe shore birds feeding along the mud flats. Bring binoculars, comfortable walking shoes, and lots of sunscreen!

Saturday August 25 9:00am – 12:00pm

Parking Lot M, Sandy Hook, NJGateway National Recreation Area, Highlands, NJ 07732

Meet at 9:00 am, Parking Lot M.

Cost : $5 per person, free for member families.

Contact: 732- 291-0055 for more information and to reserve!

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