Fall Birds and Beauty at Harriet Wetherill Park
Note: This Plymouth Township Park has two entrances. Be sure to use the Butler Pike Entrance, official address: 2642 Butler Pike, Plymouth Township. It’s south of Township Line Rd, going south on Butler Pike. Watch for the LuLu Shriners Building on the left when going south on Butler. The park entrance, clearly marked with a big sign, is within a block south of that, on the right. We will meet right at the path by the spacious parking lot.
We loved our first visit in September, so it’s time for more! This beautiful park’s accessible, paved path by the stream and through appealing woods, field, and meadow is a great place for Fall birding. On our 1+ mile loop, we will look for our local year-round residents, as well as those settling in for the winter, such as white-throated sparrows with their noteworthy song. New birders are always welcome! Children also very welcome if accompanied by an adult. Bring your binoculars if you have them.
Please note there are no restrooms on site.
Masks are not required for this outdoor program, although VFAS encourages all participants to be fully vaccinated and asymptomatic to attend.
Leader: Lynn Sowden