Keys Audubon Spring Migration Bird Walk
The Florida Keys Audubon Society will host a bird walk on Saturday, April 27. The walk is timed to coincide with spring migration. Every year birds move themselves across the planet, racing to get to their breeding grounds in time to stake out some territory and meet a suitable mate. The Florida Keys is one of the prime stop off points for birds returning from the Caribbean and South America and offers unparalleled opportunities to see them.
Participants should meet in the parking lot of Indigenous Park at 1801 White Street at 8:00 a.m. The walk will last approximately an hour, possibly longer if there are a lot of birds.
The walk is free and open to anyone interested.
Participants are advised to bring a hat, binoculars, and a bottle of water.
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