Field trips rule

Fyke Field Trips

Please be prepared to observe distancing guidelines, wear a face mask and avoid sharing optics during all field trips. We ask that you register with the leader as a convenience in planning all our field trips.

Saturday May 14, 2022,

Global Big Day 2022

Saturday, May 14 will provide another opportunity to get our citizen-scientists walking around CF, appreciating and counting the many birds that can be seen during Spring migration. Our counts will be sent in to become part of this worldwide conservation project. More details to follow soon.

Mid-July, 2022,

Our Tom Burr Memorial Butterfly Walk at the Celery Farm

Date to be determined and will be announced on our email list, Facebook page, and website. Our annual Celery Farm Butterfly Walk is held in memory of Tom Burr, the late Fyke member, naturalist, photographer, and friend. Meet at the end of Green Way at 10:30 a.m. for a 90-minute stroll. Dress for bright sun. Bring water and sunscreen. Rain cancels this walk.

September 1, 2022,

Mt. Peter Hawk Watch begins

Visit Mount Peter this fall and witness one of the most spectacular migrations in the country. Fyke members can help with the count or just keep a lonely hawk watcher company. Best time to visit is between September 11 and 21 for "kettles" of Broad-winged Hawks climbing thermals up to the clouds. Mid to late October the Sharp-shinned and Cooper's Hawks flap and glide past the lookout following the migrant songbirds, and the end of October through November 15, the big guys come through - Red-shouldered and Red-tailed Hawks. Bald Eagles, Osprey, Peregrines, Northern Harriers, and Osprey are possible any time. And don't forget the homemade ice cream available at the Creamery below the lookout. The watch begins September 1, 2022, and continues daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. until November 15. Contact Judy Cinquina at to volunteer or for more information.

Saturday, September 3, 2022,

Mt. Peter Clean-Up.(Rain date, Sunday, September 4)

Our annual Clean-Up is scheduled for Saturday, September 3, 2022, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Rain date is Sunday, September 4, 2022. We pick up garbage, cut back trails and clear sight lines that obscure incoming hawks using hand tools. We can always use volunteers. Contact Judy Cinquina at to volunteer or for more information.

NPC Field Trips

The Nature Program Cooperative (NPC) is a collaboration between over a dozen local organizations like Fyke that provide quality nature programs. Throughout the year, NPC members host activities and programs to which all group members are invited. When applicable, member discounts will apply to NPC partner members and supporters. For example, if Tenafly Nature Center hosts an event, members of all other NPC groups pay TNC's member rate. For more details, please see the NPC website at