Shorebirds And Wild Edibles Walk

Join American 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 shorebirds feeding along the mudflats.
Bring binoculars, comfortable walking shoes, and lots of sunscreen.
Saturday, September 7
10 a.m. –  Noon
Parking Lot M
Gateway National Recreation Area
Sandy Hook (map)
$5 Non-Members
Free for Members
For more information call 732-291-0055. Online registration available soon.

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