Birding Stroll at Cane River Park

11/28/2015 10:00 am
US/Eastern

     This late in November many bird species have found their way far to the south in the U.S., as well as Mexico, Central America, and South America, What will we find along the Cane River? We have an active population of year round birds that will take us through the winter, including several species of woodpeckers, white-breasted nuthatch, Carolina, chick-a-dee, tufted titmouse, northern cardinal, yellow-rumped warbler, great blue heron, blue bird and many more. Last year we found a very late migrant, rose-breasted gross beak, just a mile away from the park.

     Bring a pair of binoculars and dress for the weather. We bird rain or shine if at all possible. Meet in the large parking lot next to the soccer field near the kiosk. We leave promptly at 10 am. For more information call 828-682-3733.