||Connecting People with Nature
|Date of Event:
||January 23, 2013 (Wednesday)
|Time of Event:
||Lake Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge
||Over 230 different bird species have been spotted at the Lake Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge and many of the wintering birds will be arriving soon. Regular monthly birding trips are scheduled at the Refuge from November through April (except in December due to the holidays) on the fourth Wednesday of each month. These birding trips are free and will be led by Lynn Bowen, local birding expert and Audubon member. The Refuge is located at 2045 Mud Lake Road, DeLeon Springs. Travel past the Visitor Center down Mud Lake Road onto the Refuge to the last parking lot. Everyone will meet in the parking lot closest to the impoundment ponds at 8 AM.
Items to bring for any birding trip include a hat, sunglasses, binoculars, sunscreen, insect repellent, bird identification books and camera. The Refuge has some “loaner” binoculars that can be used on this birding trip along with a list of birds that have been sighted on the Refuge to help you with identification.
||US - Southeast
|| Contact: Eileen Tramontana, Education Specialist
April 22, 2010