Explore Prudence Island with the Audubon Society

Posted 1/18/23

This Friday, Jan. 20, join the Audubon Society for an all-day adventure exploring beautiful Prudence Island! A large portion of the island will be covered via passenger van, including the southern …

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Explore Prudence Island with the Audubon Society

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This Friday, Jan. 20, join the Audubon Society for an all-day adventure exploring beautiful Prudence Island! A large portion of the island will be covered via passenger van, including the southern tip where you can expect to see harbor seals resting on the rocks. Make several stops to look for a variety of bird species both on land and in the water. Take some short walks (1-1.5 miles each) along the way, while your guide shares the history and current land use on Prudence Island.

Attendees will depart on the 9:45 am ferry from Bristol and the return trip will depart Prudence at 4:15 pm; ferry travel time is 30 minutes. Ferry prices are not included in ticketing.

Participants are encouraged to bring lunch, snacks, and beverages for the day. Registration is required due to limited van space, and can be done on their website. Click here.

WHEN: Fri, Jan 20, at 9:45 a.m.

WHERE: Prudence Island

PRICING: Member adult: $12 - Member child: $6 - Non-member adult: $14 - Non-member child: $7 Ages: 10 and up.

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