Friday, March 27, 2015

Beginners Bird Walk Sunday At Magnuson

The Seattle Audubon Society is having a  birding fieldtrip on Sunday in Magnuson starting at 9am with Emily Bishton, leading the three hour trip.

The information says:

This field trip is geared for beginner birders and families.  We will spend approximately 3 hours spotting birds from the trails of Promontory Point, the Flyway, lake shore, and the entire Wetlands Complex including the new Shore Ponds.  
We'll keep our eyes out for resident species plus wintering waterfowl such as Buffleheads, scaups, Northern Shovelers, and others.  And we'll listen for the mating calls of resident Pacific Chorus Frogs!  Be prepared for approximately 2 miles of walking, up hill and down. If you wish to borrow binoculars, make sure to request them from the SAS office when you register.
Go here for more information and to register. Meet at the Promontory Point Environmental Learning Center, which is the red-metal-roofed shelter next to little drive-in road at the west edge of parking lot #E-1.

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