September 15 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
This year we are going to start our Bird Walk series with a trip to Pinellas Point, the home of one of our members.
At Pinellas Point, we can check out the salt marsh, sandy flats and shallows between Davenport Bayou and White Island on Pensacola Bay.
This is always a good location for backyard birds, migrants, shorebirds and waterfowl.
We will meet and assemble the group at 9 a.m. in the parking lot in front of the Escambia County Tax Collectors office at the corner of Barrancas and Live Oak Ave (4051 Barrancas Ave, Pensacola, FL 32507), and then drive to our birding location.
Ann Forster will lead our walk.
These short bird walks are designed to introduce “future birders” into the world of “Bird Watching.”
If you have ever been curious about this activity or just enjoy the birds in your backyard, come join us to learn about our area birds. Families with children are welcome.
If you have binoculars bring them.
If not, we will have a few ‘loaners’ available.
Bug spray, long pants and bottled water are recommended for our outdoor walks.
For details, call Scott Rathkamp, 776-9736.