Jamestown, NY – The only thing that could improve a trail walk during the spring woodland wildflower and bird migration season would be enjoying it with expert guidance.
You are invited to join a “Birds & Blooms Walk” on Wednesday morning, May 25, led by retired SUNY Fredonia professor Terry Mosher. The 9-11 a.m. opportunity offered by the Audubon Nature Center will be at the College Lodge Nature Preserve in Brocton, New York.
The Nature Preserve supports some of the most diverse habitat in Chautauqua County, including old growth forest, northern hardwood and hemlock forest, evergreen plantations, forested swamp, shrublands, and open fields. It is one of only five Chautauqua County birding sites noted in the resource “Where to Find Birds in New York State” and harbors a number of rare and unusual plants.