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Black Birders Day

Members of three NAACP branches (Gloucester, Mathews and Middlesex), the Middle Peninsula Master Naturalist Chapter, Middle Peninsula Bird Club participated in the second annual Black Birders Day event at Beaverdam Park on Saturday, June 3. Nationwide the event covers a week of activities and was organized in May 2020 ( The group of 16 birdwatchers spent two hours at the park and observed 30 species of birds. Highlights included seeing a pair of Ruddy Ducks, which are considered a rare sighting for this time of year, and several male Prothonotary Warblers defending their nesting territory with beautiful bird song. Those taking part were, from left, Randy Sweet, Carolyn Evans, Susan Crockett, C.J. Sweet, Varetta Hamlin, Natalie Johnson, Gee Brownley, Virginia Roane, Josiah Turner, Jennifer Campbell, Anne Wilber, Edith Turner, Edith Bradbury, Kari-Lyn Sommers and Robin Mathews.

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