Bon Voyage to Vaux’s Swifts at Agate Hall, Fridays Sept 4 and 11--Sunset
Lane County Audubon Society will host two of its annual fall swift events outside Agate Hall at sunset on consecutive Fridays, September 4th and 11th.
We will spread out to maintain social-distancing, so please be careful of your and other’s safety! Vaux’s Swifts use the chimney to roost for the night as they gather prior to migration. We may see thousands of birds entering the chimney, but there is no guarantee!
It is fun to observe the swifts before they fly off to Central and South America for the winter. Look for the LCAS banner at the south parking lot of Agate Hall near 18th and Agate Street. Stop by and enjoy this annual natural phenomenon.
It is free! And conveniently close to Prince Puckler’s Ice Cream, which is not free but can be a low-cost addition to your evening’s fun.
FMI see the Vaux’s Swift page on the LCAS website: laneaudubon.org/docs/vauxs-swift, or call 541.343.8664.