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Spring Bird Walk at the Tenmile River Demonstration Forest – May 27, 2023 | 7-9am| Brownfield/Hiram, ME
Join us for a morning of birding at the Tenmile River Demonstration Forest!
The demo forest is part of the migration route for many exciting birds, and in spring the forest comes alive with the songs of warblers and the sight of birds flitting through the understory.
This walk is intended for all levels of birders and bird curious people. Our trip leader Joe Scott will be helping us identify birds by both sight and sound. This is a great opportunity to get some fresh air, deepen your appreciation for nature, and get more familiar with birds!
Participants should bring binoculars and wear sturdy hiking or walking shoes. We will be walking on easy to moderate level hiking trails. Layered clothing and hats are recommended as well as sun screen, insect spray, and water.
About Our Trip Leader: Joe Scott is an experienced birder whose most recent activities include volunteering for the Maine Bird Atlas, organizing a section of the Christmas Bird Count, and leading Bird Walks for the Greater Lovell Land Trust. His favorite time of the birding year is Spring migration.
This event is FREE, but participants are asked to please register so we know how many to expect.
Registration Deadline: Friday, May 26, 2023
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