SPRINGTIME BIRDWATCHING: Walk led by Ivor Kincaide
Saturday, April 7th, starting at 7:30am
Prairie Creek PRESERVE (Meet at powers Park)

Spring migration is in full swing, and many of our local breeding birds are already busy establishing territories and building nests- consequently, we have a good chance of seeing a lot of bird activity. Some of the species we should see include: Red-headed Woodpecker, Purple Martin, Eastern Bluebird, White-eyed Vireo, Summer Tanager, Northern Parula- and then there are the ones we hope to see like Northern Bobwhite, Hooded Warbler, Prothonotary Warbler, and Orchard Oriole.

We will meet at Powers Park at 7:30am sharp, and visit some of the better birding sites in the area including Prairie Creek Preserve. Trip will last 3-4 hours, and will involve some hiking in the woods so dress appropriately. Don’t forget your binoculars!

If you have any questions, contact Alachua Conservation Trust at (352) 373-1078 or email: info@alachuaconservationtrust.org
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