Riverside Park Bird Hike [FULL]
Thank you for your interest in the Riverside Park bird hike. We've reached capacity and are no longer accepting registrations. Please consider joining us for a different event. To be notified of future hikes, tours, or birding outings, contact FMR Volunteer Coordinator Amy Kilgore at email@example.com.
Take a morning stroll through Riverside Park while enjoying a birding tour lead by Karen Schik, FMR's senior ecologist.
Riverside Park is a nature study area intended to be left in a natural state providing much-needed habitat and resources for a variety of species. We hope to spot a number of migratory birds, including warblers, as they pass through the Mississippi River flyway during their spring migration.
Birders of all levels are welcome! We will provide a few pairs of binoculars to share but if you have your own please bring them. Space is limited and registration required.
Can't make it?
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