Spring is the perfect time to grab your binoculars and do some bird watching. The Bird Walk at Rapids Lake Unit near Carver takes place Tuesday morning from 8-10:30. It’s a free event and you’ll learn about more than 220 different species.
Do you have a favorite park or nature area that’s perfect for bird watching this time of year?
Additional Information about the event:
Join us for a bird walk at the Rapids Lake unit of Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge. Learn about some of the 220 species that stop during their migration south.
Birders of all levels are welcome to join! Bring along binoculars, and a field guide if you have one. Please dress for the weather, as the walks will be outside for the duration.
Meet at the Rapids Lake Education Center at:
15865 Rapids Lake Rd, Carver, MN 55315
Walks led by Refuge volunteer naturalist Craig Mandel