Meet your peeps on 
the Riverfront Trail

Catch a load of your peeps with the Grand Valley Audubon’s free, twice-weekly morning birdwalks along the Riverfront Trail. You will see both native and migrants, including such species as this Least Flycatcher.



The early bird catches the you-know-what, but here’s something a bit easier to swallow.

Take a walk on the wild side and learn more about those feathered bundles with the Grand Valley Audubon Society’s twice-weekly morning bird walks.

These free 60-90 minute walks along the Riverfront Trail are led by GVAS volunteers and are aimed at beginners and anyone interested in learning how to find, listen to and identify birds.

And since it’s migration, you might pick up a life bird for the list we know you’ll be keeping.

IF YOU GO

WHAT – Early morning, free guided bird walks

WHEN – 8:30 a.m. Wednesdays and Saturdays through May

WHERE – Various sections of the Riverfront Trail, depending on where the action is happening

HOW – Binoculars and field guides are helpful but not required, dress for the weather. Information: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or 201-9651. Also, audubongv.org.


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