FR28 North Jetty Sea Watch & Woodley Island | 2017
Time - 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Trip Leader(s): To Be Determined
The North Spit provides a variety of birding spots out to the Jetty. Here the rocky shore specialists- Surfbird, Black Turnstone, and Wandering Tattler can be found. A spotting scope at the end of the Jetty allows for scanning of the ocean for seabirds, so bring a scope if you have one. Woodley Island, Vance Road, and the Samoa Bridge will harbor nesting egrets and mud-dwelling shorebirds. A no-host group lunch is planned at trip’s end at Café Marina on Woodley Island.