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Migration Morning Bird Walks

When: May 12, 2021, 7:00 am – 8:30 am
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Morning Migration Bird Walk

Take a leisurely hike to see and hear the numerous bird species that migrate through central Pennsylvania every spring and fall. Shaver’s Creek naturalists Doug Wentzel and Joshua Potter will help participants identify the songs, calls, and field marks of species, from hawks and eagles to thrushes and woodpeckers. Bring a good pair of hiking boots, binoculars, any guidebooks you have, and an inquisitive mind! Migration Morning Bird Walks are open to birders of all experience levels. Some binoculars are available to borrow. 

We will meet in front of Shaver’s Creek. 

Although the Shaver’s Creek visitor center remains closed, Migration Morning returns this spring beginning in April. Join Shaver’s Creek naturalists Doug Wentzel, Joshua Potter, and other special guests for a leisurely, physically distanced hike to see and hear the many bird species migrating through central Pennsylvania. We will identify the songs, calls, and field marks of species from thrushes and sparrows, to warblers and hawks. Bring a good pair of hiking boots, binoculars, any guidebooks you have, and an inquisitive mind! Migration Morning Bird Walks are open to birders of all experience levels. Some binoculars are available to borrow.

Learn more and register at: shaverscreek.org/migrationmornings

This event is free and open to the public thanks to the generous support of Wiscoy for Animals.