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Truro Library/Club Exhibit/Drop-off (12:00 PM EDT)
For more info, see Special Events > Exhibits > Club Exhibits. Reception: TBA
Architecture - Projected (6:30 PM EST)
Status: Judged
B&W - Prints (6:30 PM EST)
Status: Judged
Color - Prints (6:30 PM EST)
Status: Judged
In a Public Place -Projected (6:30 PM EST)
Status: Judged
Open - Projected (6:30 PM EST)
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Photo Trip / Sachuest Point National Wildlife Refuge (6:30 AM EST)
Cape Cod Viewfinders Camera Club Photo Trip* Sachuest Point National Wildlife Refuge November 17; December 1 (Rain date) Time subject to change “One of the most beautiful and sought-after of all waterfowl, Harlequin Duck, is common at this coastal refuge from November into April. It’s become for birders the virtual symbol of Sachuest Point. The national wildlife refuge covers 242 acres of a peninsula on the coast just east of Newport. Trails lead around the rocky shoreline, offering viewpoints to scan the sea from fall through spring for Common Eider, Harlequin Duck, scoters, loons, grebes, Northern Gannet, Great Cormorant, Razorbill, and gulls. Purple Sandpiper feeds on the rocks from late November to May. Birders watch for rarities such as Barrow’s Goldeneye, Dovekie, and Black-legged Kittiwake. On shore, look in winter for Northern Harrier, Snowy Owl, Short-eared Owl, Horned Lark, and Snow Bunting. Like many coastal points, Sachuest has seen its share of vagrants, such as Western Kingbird and Yellow-throated Warbler. At the parking lot for Third Beach, there’s access to a salt marsh where Salt- marsh Sparrow nests. Sachuest Point’s rocky shores and sandy beaches (when they aren’t crowded with sunbathers) host migrant shorebirds.” Lead Person - Bob Slott Communication re this event, contact John Ward No quorum nor money required. Departure info - Twilight is at about 6:15 AM at this time of the year, so meeting at 6:30AM at the Route 6, Exit 6 parking to car pool with arrival time at Sachuest Point National Wildlife Refuge after 8:00AM seems reasonable. Directions - https://www.google.com/maps/dir/41.910272,-69.9875328/ Sachuest+Point+National+Wildlife+Refuge,+769+Sachuest+Point+Rd, +Middletown,+RI+02842/@41.6940144,-71.1827306,9z/am=t/data=!3m1!4b1! 4m10!4m9!1m1!4e1!1m5!1m1!1s0x89e5a8f294fae769:0x14aaa4dcd62cd9f!2m2! 1d-71.2444051!2d41.4804796!3e0 
Photo Trip / Sachuest Point National Wildlife Refuge (6:30 AM EST)
Rain Date...This event was scheduled for Saturday, November 17, 2018 from 6:30 AM to 5:00 PM. Cape Cod Viewfinders Camera Club Photo Trip* Sachuest Point National Wildlife Refuge  December 1 (Rain date) Time subject to change “One of the most beautiful and sought-after of all waterfowl, Harlequin Duck, is common at this coastal refuge from November into April. It’s become for birders the virtual symbol of Sachuest Point. The national wildlife refuge covers 242 acres of a peninsula on the coast just east of Newport. Trails lead around the rocky shoreline, offering viewpoints to scan the sea from fall through spring for Common Eider, Harlequin Duck, scoters, loons, grebes, Northern Gannet, Great Cormorant, Razorbill, and gulls. Purple Sandpiper feeds on the rocks from late November to May. Birders watch for rarities such as Barrow’s Goldeneye, Dovekie, and Black-legged Kittiwake. On shore, look in winter for Northern Harrier, Snowy Owl, Short-eared Owl, Horned Lark, and Snow Bunting. Like many coastal points, Sachuest has seen its share of vagrants, such as Western Kingbird and Yellow-throated Warbler. At the parking lot for Third Beach, there’s access to a salt marsh where Salt- marsh Sparrow nests. Sachuest Point’s rocky shores and sandy beaches (when they aren’t crowded with sunbathers) host migrant shorebirds.” Lead Person - Bob Slott Communication re this event, contact John Ward No quorum nor money required. Departure info - Twilight is at about 6:15 AM at this time of the year, so meeting at 6:30AM at the Route 6, Exit 6 parking to car pool with arrival time at Sachuest Point National Wildlife Refuge after 8:00AM seems reasonable. Directions -  https://www.google.com/maps/dir/41.910272,-69.9875328/ Sachuest+Point+National+Wildlife+Refuge,+769+Sachuest+Point+Rd, +Middletown,+RI+02842/@41.6940144,-71.1827306,9z/am=t/data=!3m1!4b1! 4m10!4m9!1m1!4e1!1m5


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