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Introduction to Birding with the Washtenaw Audubon Society


Saturday May 21, 2022: 10:30am to 12:00pm


Traverwood Branch: Program Room


Have you ever been curious about the feathered friends singing and flying around your home or in your parks? Are you looking for a fun activity to do outside with your family and friends? Join the Washtenaw Audubon Society for an introductory look at birding.  Learn about some of the reasons that birding can become a lifelong hobby, gather some tips on how one can begin this activity, and finally take a walk outside to see what birds can be found in our area. If you have binoculars, bring them along!  We'll have a few extra pairs for guests to share.

This program begins in the Traverwood Program room with a brief introduction to birding, followed by a guided walk into nearby Stapp Nature Area, where we will practice what we've learned.  Participants are welcome to join at any point in this event. 

A Northern Flicker bird is perched on a circular cropped photo of the woods at the Stapp Nature area

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Traverwood Branch: Program Room