Zoom on Nature with Coffee & Kim
New series for 2021 with two zooms at month!

Kim Gaffett, The Nature Conservancy's Naturalist on Block Island, will be hosting two zoom calls a month focusing on the Island's unique ecosystems, flora and fauna.  

Join us for the next Zoom:

Early Birds

Wednesday May 5 at 9am

The first 3 weeks of May is the most exciting time to see migrating song birds in their glorious spring/breeding plumage. This little primer of likely passing-through visitors – and returning nesters – will act as a mini guide of which species you might be seeing. There will be lots of up-close photos, and, maybe even a live bird in the hand.

Upcoming Zoom Schedule

May 17 – A Walk in the Boy Scout Camp

Cool info about the trees in the area and the Great Swamp ecosystem

June 9 – Horseshoe Crabs & Project Limulus

June 21 – A Walk in the Enchanted Forest

Recorded Zooms on Nature with Coffee & Kim
March 22: Painted Rock to Rodman's Hollow
March 10: Spring Greening - The Mysteries of March
February 22: John E's Tug Hole
February 10: Winter Seals
January 25: Cormorant Swamp & Environs
January 13: Winter Ducks
December 14: Cormorant Cove and Charlestown Beach
November 16: Rodman's Hollow
October 19: Hippocampus/Beane Point
September 21: Dickens Farm
August 31: Breed Land
August 24: Clay Head - North
August 17: Clay Head - Middle & East
August 10: Clay Head: Mid & West - Enter at Long Lot
August 3: Dodge Cemetery & Martin Fields
July 27: Andy's Way Salt Marsh
July 20: Fresh Swamp Trail & Payne Farm Trail
July 13: Mazzur Hill and Hull Pond
July 6: Fresh Pond Trail
June 29: West Beach
Please listen out for the Gray Tree Frog, and report any sightings to kim.gaffett@tnc.org
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