Over the course of this 2-hour walking trip, we will explore the wooded trails of Bass Lake Park.
During November through March, the trip focuses on the resident and migratory ducks such as Wood Ducks, Mallards, Ruddy Ducks and more however we will be on the lookout for many species of wintertime birds including, Kingfishers, White-Throated Sparrows, Cardinals, Woodpeckers, Herons, Red-shouldered Hawks, Pine Warblers, Yellow-rumped Warblers, Bald Eagles, Double crested Cormorants, Canada Geese and more.
In addition to the winter species listed above, springtime & summer migratory bird sightings are common in late March through May including various Warblers, Flycatchers, Great Egrets, Phoebes, American Red Starts, Towhees, Great Egrets, Green Herons, Cardinals, Barn Swallows, Coots, Summer Tanagers, Indigo Buntings, Wrens, Sparrows, Bald Eagles and Nuthatches.
We will meet on the porch of the visitors center of Bass Lake Park at 8:00 AM sharp and spend 2 hours walking along the trail surrounding the lake.
*Transportation is not provided.
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