May 18, 2014: Bird Walk

The Weston Forest and Trail Association is pleased to sponsor a SPRING BIRD WALK.

Join Michael Pappone and Michele Grzenda on Sunday, May 18, 2014, at 7:00 AM for a leisurely bird walk through several conservation properties in Weston. We expect to hear or see about 40 species of birds. Target species include kestrels, bobolinks, warblers, vireos, thrushes, and waterfowl. We guarantee a great look at Weston's very own Great Blue Heron rookery as the mating season ramps up.


Meet at the Kendal Green T-Stop parking lot, 205 Church St.

All skill levels welcome! Walk will last approximately 2.5 hours.


What to bring:

  • We will be going through some grassy areas which tend to be quite wet in the a.m. (condensation!) Therefore, bring shoes you don’t mind getting wet or waterproof boots/shoes.

  • It will most likely be buggy - be sure to wear long sleeves, pants, and a baseball cap to help control the mosquitos and ticks.

  • Bring binoculars if have them, a snack and water - small pack to carry your things.

  • Optional: bug spray, sunscreen, camera.

This is a free event; (EDIT: RSVP link removed after event).

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