Wild Warner/Audubon Bird Walk this Saturday, June 1:
Bring binoculars and good shoes. We’ll start at 8 a.m. in front of the Warner Park Community Center and be out until 9:30 a.m. at least. Warner Park is home to or a stopover point for at least 135 bird species. It is also the site of Madison’s only geolocation study on migratory birds. Expect to see many long-distance migratory birds in the park, hard at work on nests and raising young in Warner’s four distinct habitats: wetland, meadow, woods and scrub-thicket.
If it is really raining, the walk is cancelled. If it is sprinkling lightly, we’ll still go on a walk.
Ph.D. Candidate in Environment & Resources
Co-Instructor of Env. Studies 600: “Last Child in the Park” and “Nature Explorers”