SA41 Blue Lake Cottonwoods with Bridget Stutchbury – NEW – SOLD OUT
Time - 6:00 am - 12:00 pm
Trip Leader(s): Bridget Stutchbury & Cindy Moyer
The Blue Lake Cottonwoods along the Mad River are notorious for hosting neotropical migrants in the spring. The Stutchbury lab at York University conducts research on the conservation biology and ecology of migratory songbirds in North America, so we thought this would be a perfect match of habitat to scientist and participants will enjoy a scientific interpretation while birding a well known hot spot. The Mad River Fish Hatchery and possibly Azalea Park will be visited as well. This small group event will include a sack lunch, please let us know if you have dietary restrictions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event is fully booked.