Thursday, June 17, 2021
We're meeting at Lowes at 6:30 AM and returning at 4 PM.
Fair Hill Natural Resources Management Area in Maryland affords close-up views of breeding Bobolinks, Grasshopper & Savannah Sparrows and Meadowlarks. Photographic opportunities abound just a short walk from the parking area! The 5,656 acres at Fair Hill are subject to multiple management practices and our stroll should produce greater than 50 species. Much of the time will be spent enjoying the Bobolinks and sparrows tending to fledglings with additional exploration of adjacent woodlands along Big Elk Creek where we usually get Baltimore oriole, American redstart, Acadian flycatcher, veery and warbling vireo.
Additional details have been emailed to club members.
Contact RWBlye at gmail.com if you plan to attend.