Tim Colborn led an instructional bird walk for those interested with an appreciation for avian life.
Our walk continued with a small flock of Chimney Swifts actively feeding on flying insects. We later learned that there had been at least one significant flying ant hatch in the park earlier that day that may have been the source for that Swift feeding frenzy.
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