FIELD TRIP- Gulf St. Park
March 9 @ 7:30 am
Gulf State Park and Stonehenge anyone? Well, almost! Following birding at Gulf State Park, Alabama, we will visit a replica of Stonehenge called “Bamahenge” near Elberta, Alabama. Birding on the grounds there may hold some prehistoric surprises as well. . . name your favorite dinosaur – Stegosaurus? Tyrannosaurus? or is it Triceratops? This trip might really be quite a trip, winter residents included, and who knows? Perhaps even a few very early Purple Martins or Parulas! Lunch at a restaurant in Foley after the State Park portion of the trip. Meet at the Greer’s Cash Saver grocery at 4051 Barrancas, just east of Navy Blvd. at 7:30 a.m. Trip led by the Duncans.
Field trips are open to the public and free of charge, but contributions are appreciated. All experience levels are welcome. Bring binoculars and/or a spotting scope. Sunscreen, insect protection, appropriate shoes, hat, water, and snacks or lunch are recommended on all trips. Please refrain from wearing scented cologne, perfumes or aftershave on field trips. It distracts from the experience in nature, and some participants are highly sensitive to it. Carpooling is encouraged, as is sharing gas expenses with the driver.
Questions? Call Lucy Duncan at 932‑4792 or email her at email@example.com.
New Requirement—All participants in published events and excursions must sign a Release and Indemnification Form which is valid through 2019. Leaders will have forms for those who have not yet signed one. The form is online: fmwaudubon.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Release_Indemnification.pdf