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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


Take a morning stroll through Riverside Park while enjoying a birding tour lead by Karen Schik, FMR's senior ecologist.

Get outside with FMR!

Two Super Volunteers

Super Volunteers Stacy and Allan. Photo by Anna Botz for FMR.

Believe it or not, March 20th marks the first day of spring! That means we're ramping up for event season and we've got plenty of opportunities for you to get your hands dirty with FMR. Join us to protect and restore local natural areas or rally for the river! >>

March 21

Super Volunteer

If you've attended a FMR event, chances are you've worked alongside a Super Volunteer! Super Volunteers can be easily identified by the crest upon their shirt (see photo, above). 

What does a Super Volunteer do?

A Super Volunteer attends four (or more) volunteer events over the course of a year – or completes their pledge to pull garlic mustard, or volunteers for 20 or more hours in other ways.