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Lane County Audubon Society is again teaming up with Nearby Nature to celebrate World Migratory Bird Day (formerly International Migratory Bird Day) with the community in a big way!
The focus will be on kids’ activities, games, and bird walks throughout the morning. Bilingual (Spanish/English) activities will highlight the importance of recognizing the global lives of many of our seasonal birds, like the Osprey and Wilson’s Warbler. While living in Lane County part of their year, these birds are truly international. Many months of their lives are also spent north and south of our borders. See below (Read more) for map.
More details will be posted on the LCAS Facebook page, including a map of Alton Baker Park.
If you would like to volunteer to help or just come to enjoy the fun, please mark the date on your calendar. Help would be much appreciated, as would dry weather.
FMI and/or to volunteer: Maeve Sowles, 541.343.8664, or firstname.lastname@example.org; Ron Renchler, 541.345.0834, or email@example.com