Winter Wildlife at Mattamuskeet and Pungo Lake Field Trip
with Jerry Reynolds, NC Museum of Natural Sciences; Mike Dunn, NCBG Natural Science Educator
The registration period has closed for this event.
Dates: Sunday, Dec. 11, 10am – Monday, Dec. 12, 10pm
Join us for a great bird watching opportunity in conjunction with the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences. Mattamuskeet and Pocosin Lakes National Wildlife Refuges in eastern North Carolina host one of the largest concentrations of winter birds along the East Coast. Learn how to identify waterfowl, raptors and other bird species. Easy to moderate short hikes and easy viewing from the bus make this an ideal trip for both novice and seasoned birders.
Minimum age, 12. Minors must be accompanied by a registered adult.
Preregistration required. Registration deadline, November 1.
For more information, contact Nancy Easterling, email@example.com, 919 962-9460
About the presenters:
Jerry Reynolds is Head of Outreach for the School and Lifelong Education section of the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences. He has BS and MS degrees in Zoology from North Carolina State University. His professional career includes 20 years at Discovery Place in Charlotte and 13+ years at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences. Herpetology was his primary field of study, but he is a passionate naturalist who loves to share the natural world with others.
Mike Dunn is the NCBG Natural Science Educator. He has worked for 32 years with the State of North Carolina as a naturalist/educator – 8 years with the NC Division of Parks and Recreation and 24 years with the NC Museum of Natural Sciences. Mike has designed and conducted hundreds of workshops on natural history, throughout the state and beyond, on subjects ranging from wildlife to wildflowers. He is also an avid nature photographer and writes a blog about the natural wonders that surround us – see https://roadsendnaturalist.com/.