One of the most spectacular fall sights is the migration of the raptor, and after a presentation in the Nature Center on our local birds of prey, participants will enjoy a walk on the sanctuary grounds exploring the wildlife, the beautiful fall scenery and learning about the animals and plants that inhabit it. The sanctuary protects 276 acres of woodland, field and floodplain habitat where over 200 species of birds have been sighted, and it is home to over 60 species of nesting birds.
This walk is for adults and children aged ten and up. It's free; advance registration is required and is limited to 25.
One Book Bernardsville is shared community reading experience which includes a month of book discussions as well as other activities for both adults and children. Detailed information on all the events during the month is available at http://www.bernardsvillelibrary.org/one-book-bernardsville. All the programs are free. To sign up for the events, go to www.bernardsville.library.org or call 908-766-0118.