General News · 29th April 2018
Saturday, May 5, 2018 – the Museum sponsored Spring Bird Count is fun for all ages, no matter what your level of birding is.
The Spring Migration Birding Day is a casual birding experience, which makes it a great opportunity for novice birders and parents with kids to share. On this day the group stays together while exploring a variety of bird habitats from foreshore areas to forest and fields and freshwater ponds. Experienced birders share their knowledge and spotting scopes with those new to birding. Only the total number of species spotted is tallied on this day. Participants stop along the way to enjoy their picnic lunches and talk about the species they have observed.
So – grab binoculars, pack your lunch and join the Museum’s Spring Migration Birding Day – Saturday, May 5, 2018. Meet either at the Museum at 9 a.m. or at 286 Seavista Road at 9:30 a.m. Children welcome to attend if accompanied by an adult.
A small donation to cover expenses appreciated.
Location: Cortes Museum 9 a.m. or 286 Seavista Rd 9:30 a.m.