Talk & Tour: Bird Walk
The cooler months are still a great time to find a variety of birds, especially here in Tampa Bay! Come spend the morning looking & listening for the various birds that can be found at Heartwood. This is open to all experience levels. Bring your binoculars if you have some.
Mary Keith – Mary Keith has been birding most of her life. She grew up in rural Pennsylvania where most weekends were spent in the state parks and woods. She has lived and birded in Florida since 1992. Her degrees have nothing to do with birds (Chemistry and Food Science), but they have supported a life of work around the world where she managed to watch birds as well. She is retired from the University of Florida Extension Service and now has more time to lead bird walks for the Tampa Audubon Society, watch birds, monitor eagle nests and wading bird colonies, count Florida Scrub Jays, help organize the Florida Birding and Nature Festival, and participate in Christmas Bird Counts. She is currently serving as the President of the Tampa Audubon Society.
To follow COVID-19 guidelines, group size is limited and pre-registration is required by 4pm the day prior to an event. To register, contact Samantha: (727) 376-5111 OR admin@HeartwoodPreserve.com
Wear: Wear lightweight clothing that offers protection from the sun, closed-toe shoes & insect repellant
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