September is the best month for seeing a wide variety of migrating songbirds, but even experienced birders find fall migrants a bit confusing once they have molted out of bright spring plumage and into drab colors that work like camouflage for their passage to the southern hemisphere. Join Sam Romeo, Environmental Educator, on a walk to search for and learn to identify these elusive birds including warblers, flycatchers, thrushes, vireos and sparrows. Binoculars are recommended.
This program is free for members of Aullwood, NAS and ANCA; non-members may register and pay general admission to participate. You must preregister by calling 937-890-7360 or clicking on the red PREREGISTER NOW button here; the number of participants for this program is limited. The program starts in the lobby of Aullwood's Nature Center at 1000 Aullwood Road, begins promptly at the scheduled start time and ends promptly at the scheduled end time. Please arrive 5 minutes before the scheduled start time.
At this time, masks are required for all visitors when inside the Marie S. Aull Education Center, the Farm Discovery Center, or other buildings, regardless of vaccination status; single use masks are available for free if desired. Exceptions will be made for children under the age of 2 and those with medical issues. Please be courteous to staff or volunteers who may ask you to mask up.
If physical distancing of 6 feet cannot be maintained outdoors, participants must wear a mask, regardless of vaccination status. Otherwise, mask wearing outdoors is optional. Understand that some people may wish to continue wearing a mask or maintaining physical distance, even outdoors. Unpleasant behavior that makes a person feel uncomfortable for wearing or not wearing a mask will not be tolerated, and consequences may include being asked to leave. For additional details on Aullwood's status and current COVID-19 guidelines and protocols, please visit https://aullwood.audubon.org/reopen