Birds and More at Pawling Farm
Join Rick Keyser of the Valley Forge Audubon Society for a morning stroll searching for bird life – and a few plants and insects, too – along the wide and gentle paths of Pawling Farm in Valley Forge NHP. The trails wander through a native meadow, riparian habitat, secondary woodland and, depending on the rains, wetland habitat. Bird species that we may observe here that depend upon these habitats include: wood ducks, yellow-billed cuckoos, several sandpiper species, several swallow species, blue-gray gnatcatchers, cedar waxwings and indigo buntings.
No prior knowledge of birds or birding is necessary to attend – beginners are always welcome! And bring the kids along – our programs are open to all ages, although children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Bring binoculars if you have them. This outing will cover a 2-mile loop and will last approximately 3 hours.
Meet at the Pawling Farm Trailhead parking lot off of Pawlings Road.
No restrooms are available on site.
No registration is required to attend this program.