Stanly County Explorer & Morrow Mountain State Park

Stanly County & Morrow Mountain

VB
143 reviews
Apr 19, 2021
Group size: 1 - 8
Stanly County Explorer & Morrow Mountain State Park
Stanly County & Morrow Mountain

143 reviews

$NaN
Apr 19, 2021
Group size: 1 - 8

About this trip

Explore underbirded Stanly County with us as we focus on Morrow Mountain State Park and other local hotspots. The state park is home to the tallest mountain in the ancient Uwharrie mountain chain, Morrow Mountain. We’ll focus mostly on birding the state park, exploring a few trails and looking for woodland and lowland species such as Prothonotary Warbler, Louisiana Waterthrush, Wood Thrush, and Yellow-throated Warblers. Red-headed Woodpeckers are abundant and we can hopefully expect a good variety of migrants.

What’s included

  • 1 birding guide
  • lunch

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Ventures Birding Tours
143 reviews
Small travel company based in Asheville, NC, specializing in birding & nature tours both locally & worldwide.

Reviews

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By Marilyn K for A Virtual Tour of England on 02 Dec, 2021
Great trip! Our guide was extremely knowledgeable and organized. He had a plan for each day and stuck to it. He kept us informed of where we were going, what to expect and what to look for. I certainly appreciated that he was a safe driver. Accommodations were very nice and very clean, big points there. Wonderful group of interesting travel mates and I hope to see them again on other trips!
By susan m for Kansas - Open Country Specialties on 20 Nov, 2021
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Another great trip with Ventures. Simon is so knowledgeable and friendly, he brings out the best in the guests and is a genius at finding the birds. Looking forward to my next trip.
By Peggy B for St. Augustine: Birds & History on 19 Nov, 2021
I would highly recommend to any beginning birder. Vicky did great job covering so many aspects of the hobby utilizing books and charts and printed materials. We had a great morning learning how to spot, identify and record birds. Vicky's knowledge and experience was extensive and extremely helpful. I tried to take good notes, but there was a lot of information. I came away very enthused, with concrete ideas of how to progress in the hobby.
By Cameron W for Beginning Birding Workshop 2021 on 17 Nov, 2021
So much fun to see how beautiful Kansas can be in the fall. We drove on secondary roads through small towns and spectacular scenery. We learned that Kansas is not flat. Nothing like seeing thousands of sandhill cranes circling around the water at sunset! Well planned trip; good food and great birds.
By barbara r for Kansas - Open Country Specialties on 14 Nov, 2021
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