SPRING BIRD WALKS ON THE KRUSCH PRESERVE
Springtime is an ideal time to see and hear birds, with song all around as migratory species return and join the year-round residents, and is a great time to learn to identify birds by sight and sound. Over 70 species of birds occur in the varied habitats of the Krusch Nature Preserve. Walks are led by experienced birders; you are welcome whether you are a beginning birder or an expert willing to share your knowledge. The nature trail is somewhat steep – wear sturdy shoes.
Wed May 17th, 7 am – Krusch Preserve, meet at entrance/parking lot, 316 North Cambridge Road
Led by Sally Laughlin and other expert area birders
Sunday May 28th, 7 am – Krusch Preserve, meet at entrance/parking lot, 316 North Cambridge Road
Led by expert birder Roo Slagle, Jack Slagle, & Sally Laughlin