Together, the Edmonton Nature Club (ENC) and the Edmonton and Area Land Trust are participating in this global day of awareness on conserving migratory birds and their habitats.
A nature walk focusing on birds will be held at Bunchberry Meadows in the morning on May 11, Migratory Bird Day, led by experts from the Edmonton Nature Club. This conservation property is located a few minutes west of Edmonton, near the Botanic Gardens. Click here for a map of how to get there, and register by clicking the button below.
This year, the theme is “Protect Birds: Be the Solution to Plastic Pollution”, so make sure to bring reusable containers for your food, and don't litter!
Effort required: Approx. 4.5 kms on good trails. The pace will be slow, allow 3 hours. It’s recommended to dress in layers, sunscreen and insect repellent as needed, wear a hat and appropriate shoes/boots.
Bring water and snacks, and binoculars, camera or field guides if you would like. The site has parking space for several vehicles, as well as picnic tables and washrooms.
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Please note that all participants may be requested to sign the ENC waiver as well on the event date.