Join wildlife artist, writer, and naturalist Michael Kensinger for a jaunt around Canoe Lake in search of migratory waterfowl species, in addition to other birds and wildlife. October is the peak of fall migration for many species that use the lake, including many species of dabbling ducks, divers like loons, grebes, cormorants and more. Let’s see how many species we can tally for the day! At the end of the watch, we will rendezvous and enjoy snacks and conversation as we go over the results of the morning’s tally.
Meet in the parking lot near Pavilion 2 which is the lot below the Terry Wentz Educational Center. What to bring: binoculars, comfortable walking shoes, drink, packed lunch, for after if you choose to hang out.
If you have any questions or need more information, please contact trip leader, Michael Kensinger, at (814) 505-3410, or email him at [email protected]. If inclement weather arrives this day, please contact Michael to verify that event is still taking place.