Spring Birding Activity and Walk, Partnering with the Ypsilanti Library
Have you ever been curious about the feathered friends singing and flying around your home or in your parks? Are you looking for a fun activity to do outside with your family and friends? Join the Washtenaw Audubon Society for an introductory look at birding. We will take a walk down the Water Street Trail and then come back to the library to make a homemade bird feeder. If you have binoculars, bring them along! We’ll have a few extra pairs for guests to share.
Directions: This program begins in the Ypsilanti Library downtown branch, followed by a guided walk down the Water Street Trail. Participants are welcome to join at any point in this event.
Leader: Victor Chen
New to birding? Bird curious? No binoculars? No problem! There is no better way to learn than to get out in the field with experienced birders that love to help. Plus, you get to meet awesome people. Absolutely everyone is welcome and encouraged to come out. We will have many pairs of quality binoculars on hand for anyone to use.