Birdwatching at Chief Logan Museum

This bird watching activity is open to the public and free to attend. Beginning at 8:00 a.m., participants are welcomed with hot coffee or tea and a quick direction to how to use binoculars and some field guide tips. Naturalist Lauren Cole will have binoculars to loan during the bird walk.

The activity will not venture far from the lodge.“Birds are funny that way. Birds are everywhere if we just stop a little longer to look and listen.” Cole’s goal is to have an activity that anyone of age or physical ability can enjoy. Bird species Cole has identified on the park include: Eastern Bluebirds, American Goldfinches, Eastern Towhees, Northern Flickers, Hermit Thrushes, Red-breasted Nuthatches, Purple Finches, Golden-Crowned Kinglets, Coopers Hawks, and most recently Pine Siskins. “The type of habitat you are birding in will determine what species of bird you’re going to see, but no matter where you go, there’s always the chance you may glimpse something rare, unusual, or out of place,” says Cole.

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Event Details

  • Start Date: April 6, 2019

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