Join us for a bird walk at Rock Bridge State Park! Fall migration is underway in early September, and Rock Bridge is a good place to look for migrant songbirds, including warblers. Fall warblers are fun! They’re lively and colorful (even if not quite as brilliant as spring). Song is rarely helpful for identification in fall, so it is a good time to work on visual identification characteristics. When conditions cooperate, fall warbler watching can rival spring migration for excitement.
All skill levels welcome, but basic binocular skills will be helpful.
Meet at 8:00 a.m. at the Devil’s Icebox Trailhead parking lot (Google map).
Estimated walking distance is 2 miles over hilly terrain, and the walk will last about 3 hours.
Trip leader: Greg Leonard, firstname.lastname@example.org