This 3rd annual walk has a great history… The primary purpose will be to learn about the tree swallow, bluebird, wood duck and American kestrel nestbox program, while getting up close looks at each. We’re sure to see nests and hatchlings at various stages of development. 2 years ago we saw barred owlets on our way out and last year we saw a fawn bedded down in the field. Come learn about nestbox management, what it takes, and how to successfully bring beautiful native nesting birds into your local habitat. Plus, who knows what else we might discover.
Bring: long pants, long socks (to pull over your pants, Steve Urkel style), bug spray, binoculars and/or your camera. Your phone camera excels at this style of birding!
We’ll meet at the Long Lake Park parking area, on Harwood, right by the corner of Harwood/Goldsmith just before 9am.