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Indian Creek Greenway

May 5 @ 7:00 am - 10:30 am

Free

The Indian Creek Greenway is a pleasant place to bird, with opportunities to get good looks at migrants. The major reason this trip was planned a few years back was to look for Mourning Warblers. This species is a secretive late spring migrant through this area that is rarely seen. We have had good trips here over the years, e.g., Mourning, Wilson and Canada Warblers, Warbling Vireo, Olive-sided Flycatcher, Black-billed Cuckoo, Yellow-crowned Night Heron and a variety of other species. We’ll be meeting at the greenway trailhead on Old Madison Pike, a bit east of its intersection with Slaughter Road. This is a walking trip, probably at least a couple of miles, but it’s easy to leave early, as necessary. The new parking lot is nice, just east of the bridge on the north side of the road (34.709083 -86.701369). – Ken Ward, Leader (256-837-5646; phinken@wowway.com)

Details

Date:
May 5
Time:
7:00 am - 10:30 am
Cost:
Free
Event Tags:
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Website:
northalbirding.com

Organizer

North Alabama Birdwatchers Society
Phone:
256-837-5646
Email:
phinken@wowway.com
Website:
northalbirding.com

Other

Submitted By
Ken Ward
Email Contact (not for distribution)
phinken@wowway.com

Venue

Indian Creek Greenway
Huntsville/Madison, AL United States + Google Map