Plymouth Township
Montgomery County, Pennsylvania

Birding for Beginner’s at Harriet Wetherill Park

April 24, 2024 @ 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM America/New York Timezone
Harriet Wetherill Park
2642 Butler Pike
Joanna Sharapan

Birding for Beginner’s at Harriet Wetherill Park Ages: All Ages!

This lovely park is gaining in popularity as birders come to appreciate the number of bird species attracted to the native plants and varied habitat available here. Spring often makes for easy sightings for new birders, with the birds plentiful and visible as spring residents migrate in, and both spring and year-round residents begin their mating and nesting activities.

We may see everything from killdeer and hawks in the cultivated and natural fields, to woodpeckers and just-arriving orioles, warblers and hummingbirds in the woods and butterfly garden. The little stream flowing through is a perfect spot to attract thrushes, green herons and cedar waxwings. We will take about 2 hours on the 1+ mile paved and natural paths for a relaxed exploration of these various areas.

While this trip is targeted at those new to birding, all experience levels and age groups are welcome to join us. Bring binoculars if you have them; the guides will have several pairs to lend. Sturdy, comfortable walking shoes are recommended.

There are accessible restroom facilities on site.

Guides: Lynn Sowden, Jim Ermer, Connie Stevenson

Wednesday, 4/24


Location: Harriet Wetherill Park – 2642 Butler Pike

Registration is not required, just meet at the park

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