Get Out of the House for Some Fall Birdwatching during Winging It: Waterfowl on the Move on November 11

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Find your excuse to get out birdwatching after the weather gets cool during Winging It: Waterfowl on the Move on Sunday, November 11th, 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. at LaDue Reservoir.

From our starting point in the boat house parking area, located at Valley and Washington streets east of Route 44, it’ll be first come, first served loading into our naturalists’ touring van (with others caravanning behind). We’ll then pause and unload along various spots on the reservoir to spot loons, various ducks and other migrants – as well as, perhaps, Sandhill Cranes, Tundra Swans and the resident Bald Eagles!

Participants are encouraged to please bring their own binoculars. Geauga Park District Naturalist Dan Best will be your host, and will bring along spotting scopes for communal use, too. Activities will not be wheelchair/stroller accessible. Don’t miss this Nature’s Not to Be Missed-category opportunity to enjoy fall birding at its best!

Additional upcoming birding opportunities are always listed on our new website under Activities, then Birdwatching.

For more on Geauga Park District offerings, please call 440-286-9516 or visit Geauga Park District online via  Geauga Park District, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or YouTube.

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