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Parade Ground Tour ~ May 13th @ 5:00pm Spring Migration Bird Count ~ May 14th @ 8:00 am – 11:00 am

All are welcome to join the Fishers Island Conservancy as they do the Spring Migration Bird Count. Meet the University of Delaware graduate students and bring your binoculars! The University of Delaware team of Adam Mitchell, Emily Baisden, and Will Aleida will be here Saturday afternoon, so we will have a quick tour of the Parade Grounds and a tutorial on counting birds at 5:00 pm on the Parade Grounds May 13th. Please come meet the experts and learn a thing or two about migratory birds. The Spring Migratory Bird Count will begin on Sunday, May 14th at 8:00 am at the Community Center.

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JUSTINE KIBBE, Fishers Island Naturalist

Justine monitors 12 key sites on Fishers Island, where she records observations and trends of the environment and its unique ecosystems. With the support and efforts of our Island community she bridges local traditional knowledge with Science; helping to preserve natural history while nurturing stewardship for all generations.

» Field Notes
» Email Justine at bjkibbe@gmail.com

Meet Justine Kibbe, Fishers Island Naturalist
Happy & Healthy Seagrass
"Happy and healthy seagrass meadow" displays oxygen bubbling in 4 ft. waters; northeast Fishers Island. Snorkeling & Video: Soren Dahl, NYS Seagrass Coordinator, Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission Specialist

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