Forsyth Audubon Bird Walks

Sunday, March 189 to 10:30 a.m.
RAIN OR SHINE

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Creeks and woods are wonderful places to watch birds drinking water, foraging on vegetation, or bathing. An experienced birder from Forsyth Audubon will lead each walk. No birding experience necessary - these bird walks are perfect for anyone who is interested in birds. Families and young children who like birds are welcome. Bring binoculars, if you have them, but we also have a couple pairs that are just the right size for young naturalists. Spring is migration season as well as breeding season for our year-round birds, so we're likely to see a variety of birds, as well as wrens, kingfishers, sparrows, herons, and hawks.

Three simultaneous bird walks led by Forsyth Audubon members:

  • Muddy Creek Greenway – led by Nathan & Sarah Gatto, owners of Wright's Backyard Birding Center.  Meet at 9 a.m. at the parking lot for the new park off Meadowlark Drive, next to Meadowlark Middle School.
  • Old Salem – led by Rob Rogers, instructor of Beginning Bird Watching at Forsyth Technical Community College. Meet at 9 a.m. Meet at the Visitor's Center parking lot at Old Salem.
  • Miller Park  – led by Chuck Thompson, a board member of Forsyth Audubon. Meet at 9 a.m. in the Queen Street parking lot near the bocce courts.