Urban Birds of Monsignor McGolrick Park 2019-06-05T12:32:13+00:00

Project Description

Urban Birds of Monsignor McGolrick Park

Project Lead: New York City Audubon Society
Project Partners: McGolrick Park Neighborhood Alliance
Project Location: Monsignor McGolrick Park
GCEF Grant: $5,669
Matching Contribution: $3,367
Fact Sheet: Urban Birds of McGolrick Park PDF
Project Status: Completed (November 2016)

New York City Audubon Society received a $5,669 GCEF grant (and provided $3,367 in matching funds) in 2015 to conduct six bird monitoring sessions and host a walk in the fall of 2016 for the Greenpoint public at Monsignor McGolrick Park. These events allowed Greenpoint residents to learn about native plants and their importance to wildlife, as well as encouraged community members to participate in the “Urban Oasis” habitat restoration project at the park – a project created by New York City Audubon Society through a GCEF grant.

  • Conducted six bird surveys in McGolrick Park throughout 2016, in which 13 members of the public attended and 34 bird species were observed.
  • Added results of bird surveys to eBird database, which can be found at ebird.org/content/ebird/.
  • Hosted a Native Plant Walk for local community members in September 2016, which 18 people attended