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Saturday Bird Walk is March 27, 2010
Area at Corbin's Bend has been reconnoitered, and is a prime spot to see a wide variety of birds in a wide range of habitats.
By Wendy Butler Burt
News from the Adair County Bird Watchers Society
The Adair County Bird Watchers (ACBW) will host a Saturday Bird Walk, starting at 7amCT, March 27, 2010, in the Corbin's Bend area of Green River Lake in Adair County, KY. The walk will start promptly at 7amCT, and we will return to our cars at approximately 8:30am-9amCT. The walk is open to all who are sincerely interested in ornithology, whether members now or not.
Thanks to ACBW members Terry Partin and Nancy Cozby, as well as Kentucky Fish & Wildlife's Brian Gray, we have identified a great location for the first-ever Adair County Bird Watchers bird walk. We will be looking for resident and migrating birds on public land at Green River Lake.
I went on a reconnaissance mission this morning and it looks like a good place for us to see birds as we have a choice of several habitats to explore - fields, forested wetlands, lakeside, and mixed coniferous/deciduous woods.
Just on my drive onto the property this morning, I saw a brown thrasher, an Eastern towee, field and chipping sparrows, and lots of signs of recent woodpecker activity.
Here's what you should bring for the Saturday Bird Walk:
(The street number of the Bird Blind in Corbin's Bottom, is 3363 Corbin's Bend RD, but internet maps on March 24, 2010, are incorrect. Directions below useful until internet maps updated -CM;):
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