Join the Phoebes on Saturday, February 16th as we explore A.D. Barnes Park’s native Hardwood and Pine Rockland habitats in search of wintering warblers, wading birds, as well as year-round resident birds. Have you ever wondered how to tell apart a Black-throated Blue from a Black-and-white Warbler, a Yellow-throated Warbler from a Common Yellowthroat, or Ovenbird from a Gray Catbird? Keep your eyes peeled - we may even see exotic species such as the vibrant Blue-and-yellow Macaw and the striking Spot-breasted Oriole.
This casual walk is open to all female nature enthusiasts - whether you're a seasoned birder or have never been on a bird walk.
Bring binoculars and an open mind. Don't have binoculars? Leica Store Miami will be providing optics on a first-come, first-served basis.
After the walk, join the Phoebes for a picnic in the park. Bring your favorite picnic fare to share!
WHAT: Bird Walk for female nature buffs of any experience level.
WHEN: Saturday, February 16, 2019, 7:30-10:30 AM
WHERE: A.D. (Doug) Barnes Park: 3401 SW 72nd Ave, Miami, FL 33155. Meet at the parking lot on the northwest side of the park. Enter on SW 72nd Ave. just north of Bird Road and turn left at the first intersection. Follow the road until you see a tan building on you left-hand side. Park anywhere in the parking lot in front of the building
What to Pack: An open mind, hat, sunscreen, and binoculars. (If you don’t have binoculars, Leica Store Miami will be providing optics on a first-come, first-served basis.)
BONUS: Join the Phoebes for a picnic in the park following the bird walk. Bring your favorite picnic bites to share!
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