UW Lakeshore Nature Preserve Bird Walk
Join Natural Heritage Land Trust for a bird walk on International Migratory Bird Day.
Saturday, May 13, 2017
Morning: 8:30 am - 10:30 am
Where: UW Lakeshore Nature Preserve. Starting at Frautschi Point.
Who: FREE and open to land trust supporters. You must register so we know how many to expect
What: Moderate 1.5 mile walk.
What to Bring: Please bring appropriate clothing, water and sturdy shoes.
Join Roma Lenehan and Caleb Pourchot on International Migratory Bird Day for a moderate morning walk along the Lake Mendota shoreline. Hear the story of how 34 years ago a small group of citizens saved the 3.4-acres of Wally Bauman Woods on the bluffs of Lake Mendota. Birds we hope to see during the spring migration include many different species of warblers and other neotropical migrants. Please wear hiking boots or sturdy shoes and bring binoculars, water and insect repellent. We will have loaner binoculars, provided by Madison Audubon, for anyone who needs them.
Photo credit for the pictures on this page: Roberta Herschleb