Audubon offering training sessions for Osprey monitoring volunteers

Posted 1/30/20

Since 1977, the Audubon Osprey monitoring program has carefully tracked the Osprey population in Rhode Island and parts of Massachusetts as it has recovered from the detrimental effects of …

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Audubon offering training sessions for Osprey monitoring volunteers

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Since 1977, the Audubon Osprey monitoring program has carefully tracked the Osprey population in Rhode Island and parts of Massachusetts as it has recovered from the detrimental effects of pesticides. Attend this free three-hour training session to learn about the program and how to become a monitor. Attendees should be over 18, have binoculars or a spotting scope, and have access to a computer. Register through the events calendar at asri.org.

Two Dates  and Locations Offered:
Sunday, Feb. 2; noon to 3 p.m.
Audubon Nature Center and Aquarium, 1401 Hope St., Bristol
Sunday, Feb. 9; noon to 3 p.m.
Caratunk Wildlife Refuge, 301 Brown Ave., Seekonk

Event Dates
Sunday from Sunday, February 2, 2020 through Sunday, February 9, 2020
Event time
12:00 PM
Cost / donation
Free
Contact
Asri.org
Website
http://Asri.org

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