See the rich profundity of avian life at Nisqually in all its unfettered glory. No bird walk offers a more complete look at what is present at the Refuge. This weekly survey regularly includes a number of the best and most knowledgeable birders to be found in the area. Rain or shine, winter or summer, no corner of the Refuge is left untouched.
What subtle cues do experienced birders use to quickly and accurately identify species? Birding is nothing less than the art of seeing, so the techniques used by birders increase awareness of all things natural. Refuge Ranger Michael Schramm will guide you through the estuary's diverse habitats on an odyssey of avian discovery, all the while teaching the ins and outs of birding.
Experience the thrill of seeing swallows (four species) or of hearing the "wichity wichity" of the common yellowthroat! Join an experienced birder who knows the ins and outs of birding at Nisqually for a bird walk full of the sights and sounds of one of the Refuge's largest treasures - the birds!
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