A bright and cool evening is great for a picnic. A singing Yellow Warbler serenaded during the picnic. The plant exchange featured may apples and several smaller native plants, as well as hostas and tulips to name a few. - Penny O’Connor, WCAS Board Member
Bird Walk Report
Event: Western Cuyahoga Audubon Society Annual Picnic & Bird Walk Report
Date: Tuesday, June 5, 2018
Time: 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Location: Lagoon Picnic Area, Valley Parkway, between Cedar Point Road and Spafford Road, south of Rocky River Nature Center
Leaders: Joanne & Terry Gorges
Target Species: All we can see in a variety of habitats.
Results: 20 Birders, 26 Species
A bright and cool evening is great for a picnic. A singing Yellow Warbler serenaded during the picnic. The plant exchange featured may apples and several smaller native plants, as well as hostas and tulips to name a few. Kathleen Bradley reported on an initiative to stop petroleum drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, where a number of familiar birds migrate to nest each summer. Thanks to Don Howell for firing up the grill and to Joanne and Terry Gorges for leading the bird walk. - Penny O’Connor, WCAS Board Member
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