A woodland stroll at Cornell Lab of Ornithology
Fall migration brings many birds to the area
Whether or not you enjoy birdwatching, this wildlife sanctuary offers pleasant walking on miles of flat trails through woods and swamp. We’ll see nests, woodpecker holes and beaver-gnawed trees. I plan to do both loops, but for a shorter walk you can easily head for the parking lot after the first loop.
The visitor center is closed which means no bathrooms on site or nearby.
Coffee or an early lunch afterwards are an option if we find ourselves so inclined.
Bring: Binoculars if you'd like to see distant birds.
Stacy is leading this event.
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