We are currently scheduled to continue to offer weekly free Saturday Morning Birdwalks for the rest of the spring, but we are watching infection rates carefully. Increasing rates and decreasing concern and consideration for others who are not vaccinated have been alarming. While masks will remain absolutely mandatory on our walks, and carpooling will be encouraged only for those in the same family, bubble, or are fully vaccinated, we don't believe wandering around in large groups when infection rates are increasing dramatically is a good message to send. Therefore, we will handle this - and logistical constraints - on a week-by-week basis. Please check here, the NEWS page of this website for any updates or changes. If no announcements are posted, the walk is a go.

The first walk on 4/17 was headlined by an amazing view of a lingering SNOWY OWL!

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