Taylor Fork Nature Walks: Bird Identification and Migration
Come join EKU graduate student, Kaitlyn Kelly, to hike the grassy paths of EKU's natural area Taylor Fork Ecological Area to learn about bird ecology and migration, and how to identify common birds. Please bring binoculars, if you can. Depending on the weather, you may observe birds up close and see the banding process. The hike will be on Friday, April 14 at 2:00 pm and will last about 1 hour. Please RSVP to email@example.com .
Please dress for the day's weather. You will require sturdy walking shoes or boots.
Directions: Taylor Fork Ecological Areas is adjacent to south campus. Take Kit Carson Drive to McKinney Skills Dr, then follow the dirt road on the right through the gate. Meet at the astronomy telescope deck parking area to shuttle down to the entrance of Taylor Fork Ecological Areas. Click here for Google Maps.
Published on April 10, 2017