Habitat Hopping Series – Birdathon Field Trip

05/06/2017 09:00 AM - 05/13/2017 11:00 AM PT

Location

Varies, see description
[No City], WA

Admission

  • $5.00

Description

Habitat Hopping Trip Series

How do bird populations differ between habitats?

This series of Birdathon field trips will take us through three different habitats over three consecutive Saturdays. We will explore marine, wetland, and forest spaces and compare what we find in each one!

All experience levels are welcome. Bring good walking shoes and be ready to trek through some tall grass and sand. If you are unable to attend all three days, please let us know which you will be attending when you register.

  • April 29 – Purdy Spit: Meet at University of Puget Sound, Thompson Hall parking lot to carpool across the Narrows bridge.  [This trip of the series has been cancelled.]
  • May 6 – Mountain View Cemetery Marsh: Meet at parking lot on west side of cemetery.
  • May 13 – Swan Creek: Meet at Pioneer Way entrance. We’ll finish off our adventure with lunch at E9 Restaurant and consolidate our species list across the three trips. [This trip of the series has been cancelled.]

Registration for this series closes May 11 at 4 pm.

Limit: 20 Birdathoners per trip

Trip Leader: Brenda Miller

 

Please note, this trip is part of Birdathon 2017.

By signing up for this unique field trip, you agree to participate in Birdathon 2017 as a "Birdathoner," including asking people to support your trip with donations or donating $150 or more yourself. Once you register for this trip, you will receive a confirmation email with details about what to do next. 

Birdathon is a special community challenge each spring that raises money to support bird + wildlife wonder and habitat heroism throughout Pierce County. Visit Tahoma Audubon's website to learn more about Birdathon and how to become a Birdathoner

Photo: Pacific Wren by Mick Thompson