Join a free guided hike with Protect Our Wetlands Water and Woods as we travel from Jonathan’s Woods to the scenic vista at Wildcat Ridge Hawk Watch in Rockaway Twp. We will look for wildlife and wildflowers along the way.
Once we arrive at the Hawk Watch, we will spend two to three hours scanning the skies for migratory raptors and songbirds. This four to five hour hike has some steep slopes and rugged terrain.
NJ Division of Fish & Wildlife volunteers will give a short presentation on the dynamics
of bird migration and the importance of quality habitat.
Saturday September 15th 2018 9AM (raindate of Sunday the 16th)
Park on Old Beach Glen Road in Rockaway to access the Orange Trail, we will have POWWW parking signs streetside just before #225 Old Beach Glen Road, Rockaway NJ 07866
What to Bring:
Hiking boots, binoculars, water and snack, camera
For more info or directions call Mike Leone at 973-479-7816 or Dave Blinder at 973-727-2037
Protect Our Wetlands Water and Woods' Mission is to protect wetlands, woodlands and potable water supplies throughout the Beaver Brook watershed in Denville, Rockaway and Boonton Townships. POWWW identifies and supports land acquisition and provides site stewardship and public education programs. POWWW is a charitable 501(c)(3) Denville-based non-profit open space organization.
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