Beginner Birding Workshop Saturday, May 6

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Like to learn more about birds that are in the area? The City of Kennedale, in cooperation with the Friends of the Southwest Nature Preserve, offers you a chance this Saturday, May 6th. {{more: READ MORE …}}
There is an optional classroom instruction starting at 8:00 a.m in the City Hall Conference Room at 405 Municipal Drive in Kennedale. It will be followed by a birdwatching hike at the nature preservation.
Topics include:
  • Bird anatomy as it pertains to field identification
  • Types of birds common to our region during this season
  • Basic ecology, habitat associations, and behaviors
Birdwatching at Southwest Nature Preserve begins at 8:30 and continues until 0:00 a.m. Address is 5201 Bowman Springs Road in Arlington.

The walk will include the boardwalk at the South Pond and then a hike along one of the trails.

The concrete trail leading to the boardwalk is handicapped accessible, but the other trails may involve steep climbing.
Reserve your spot today!
Seating for the classroom portion is limited to 12 participants. Reservations are required. For more information or to reserve a seat, contact Rachel Roberts at 817-985-2135 or via email. In the case of rain, the workshop will be rescheduled.

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