Join Master Birder Diana Fruguglietti for Birdwatching at Mary Cummings Park
On Saturday, October 1, join The Friends of Mary Cummings Park for a bird watching walk with expert Diana Fruguglietti. We will explore the varied habitats of the Mary Cummings Estate. Meeting Place: Parking lot on Blanchard Rd in Burlington. 10:00 – noon.
A little further from the Friends of Mary Cummings Park:
We go ahead with our walks unless there is HEAVY rain. Always prepare for and be alert for ticks: spray with insect repellant, tuck pants into socks, etc.
Diana has been birding since 2002 and is on a quest to see as many species as possible throughout the world. She loves to travel and has been fortunate to have visited 51 countries thus far and has been to all continents. In the last 2 years she has started organizing birding trips around the world. She prefers to hire local guides and has many contacts. If you would be interested in traveling with her, please email her at email@example.com. Her life list is 4159 species seen throughout the world of over 10,000 species and her ABA list is 694 species seen in the US and Canada. Diana is the Program Director for the Menotomy Bird Club and on the Board of Directors for the Brookline Bird Club and leads bird walks for both clubs as well as for WREN.
(Full disclosure: the lovely photo above of Diane was NOT taken at Mary Cummings Park, where we don’t have a sea of sunflowers, though we have many other delightful habitats.)
Mary Cummings Park is the 12th largest public parkland inside of Route 128 and is located in Burlington and Woburn, off of the Cambridge Street town line. Its 210 acres of woodlands, wetlands, and meadows provide wonderful opportunities for recreation and artistic creation. For more detailed directions and information about the park, go to the website at: cummingspark.org.