Bird day wings its way to Baraboo
January 20, 2014 by Max
‘Bird Watching 101 – Bird Songs’ is an introductory class to teach people about the various birds singing and calling at their feeders and in the woods. At this event, people will learn all about the feathered friends that spend winter in their area. No doubt a range of printing services have been used to spread the word about this nature event to people in the community and around the region.
This region is home to more than 100 species of birds, which is almost half the total of birds that head to Wisconsin for the winter. Many of these birds nest at Devil’s Lake State Park and guests will be able to view them in their natural habitats, as well as learn about how they communicate with each other.
Guests are asked to dress warmly, as much of the time will be spent outdoors. While walking on this tour, which leaves the nature center, participants will also be able to view some of the 880 plant species that thrive in this parkland setting as well. People are reminded to bring binoculars if they wish to have a close-up view of the bird species.
Admission to this event is free, and it will take place on Saturday, January 25, from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm, leaving the Nature Center at Devil’s Lake State Park in Baraboo, Wisconsin. To learn more about this event or other programs at the park, please its website or call the Nature Center during business hours.