Fall Wonders at Wilson Farm Park
Past November field trips at Wilson Farm Park have provided some real birding treats, so we’re making it a tradition and birding there again this fall! Surprises the past two years have included everything from a late-migrating green heron to a loudly-singing purple finch to a pair of wood ducks with the male sitting on a log, fully displaying his gorgeous plumage.
We’re excited to discover what birding treasures will be revealed on our trip this year. We’ll take 1-2 hours to cover about a 1+ mile loop on the wide paved path past pond, field and wood edge. This route also provides great possibility for eagles, red-shouldered and red-tailed hawks, and songbirds such as white-throated sparrows, cedar waxwings, and kinglets.
New birders often tell us how much they enjoy the outings at this park. Birders of all capabilities and experience are very welcome to join us, as are children if accompanied by an adult. Bring binoculars if you have them. There are accessible restrooms on site at the pavilion by the All-Abilities Playground, where we will meet.
GPS coordinates: 3GFW+C9C