Updates for birdersWritten by Admin
Meet the birds of Buck Creek
A birding walk ambling through open fields, forested habitats and a bog will be offered beginning at 8 p.m. Monday, April 24, at Buck Creek off of U.S. 64 in Clay County.
Led by naturalist and Smoky Mountain News columnist Don Hendershot, as well as Brent Martin, director of the Sylva-based regional office of The Wilderness Society, the walk will likely include sightings of Louisiana waterthrush, hooded warbler, black-throated green, indigo bunting, scarlet tanager, brown thrasher and many more.
Organized by the Franklin Bird Club, with a carpool leaving from Franklin. RSVP at 828.524.5234.