Birding at Stoneleigh: A Natural Garden
Tall trees, expansive landscapes, and native wildflowers sustain a variety of migratory birds during the fall season. Hawks, sparrows, kinglets, woodpeckers, and more are flying into the garden to fuel-up during migration or settle in for the chilly months.
The garden opens at 10 am so we will be starting later than usual for those who like to sleep in on Saturday!
All abilities and ages are welcome, including children if accompanied by an adult. Please bring binoculars if you have them. The leaders will have 2 pairs to lend out.
Stoneleigh features more than a mile of porous-paved walking paths. Restrooms, a picnic pavilion, and a water fountain are available. If it’s a nice day, you may want to pack a lunch for after our outing.
Due to construction, a portion of East County Line Road where the garden is located is closed to through traffic. Stoneleigh is open and you can still access the parking lot.