Schenley Park Outing, May 23, 8:30a

Red-winged blackbird (photo by Bobby Greene)

Join me on Sunday May 23 at 8:30am for a 2-hour bird and nature walk in Schenley Park.

Meet at the Schenley Park Cafe and Visitor Center where Panther Hollow Road meets Schenley Drive (40.4383304,-79.9464765). We’ll see flowers, late migrants and nesting birds.

Dress for the weather and wear comfortable walking shoes. Bring binoculars and field guides if you have them.

Red-winged blackbirds nest at Panther Hollow Lake. We are sure to see them!

This event will be held rain or shine but not in a downpour or thunder. Check the Events page before you come in case of cancellation.

p.s. Face masks: Wear one if you want to or need to. On 27 April 2021 the CDC said that fully vaccinated people don’t need to wear a face mask outdoors while un-vaccinated people can go maskless outdoors if they are alone or with household members. I am fully vaccinated so I won’t be wearing a mask. Only you know whether you got the vaccine. It’s up to you.

(photo of red-winged blackbird by Robert Greene, Jr.)

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