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Spring Migration Bird Walk

The Florida Keys Audubon Society will hold a Spring Migration bird walk on Saturday, April 22, which is also Earth Day. They walk starts at 8 a.m. at Indigenous Park at 1801 White Street. 
“Every spring, hundreds of thousands of birds migrate from South America and the Caribbean heading towards their breeding territories up north,. Many of those birds stop in the Keys. A bird walk this time of year offers a really great chance to see some of the world’s most beautiful critters,” said FKAS executive director Mark Hedden. 
The walk is free and open to everyone who is interested. 
Participants are advised to wear sunscreen and a hat, and to binoculars and a bottle of water.
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Earlier Event: April 5
Jim Hale talks pigeon
Later Event: May 3
Gina Kent speaks on May 3