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Embark on a nature-filled adventure with our Birding Walks at Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden!

Led by longtime Garden volunteer and avid birdwatcher, Gail Ice, this guided walk offers a unique opportunity to explore the diverse avian life that calls our Garden trails home. Whether you’re a seasoned birder or just starting out, join us for an educational and enjoyable experience in the great outdoors.

What to Expect:

  • Guided bird-walk along the Garden trails, meeting outside the Garden’s Visitors Pavilion.
  • Learn about local bird species, their habitats, and behaviors from an experienced birder.
  • Discover hidden gems and scenic spots within the Garden while observing birds in their natural environment.
  • Bring your own pair of binoculars if you have them to enhance your birdwatching experience.

Important Information:

  • This event is open to all ages and levels of birdwatching experience. Pets are not allowed to accompany on these walks.
  • Please dress appropriately for hiking and outdoor exploration. We recommend wearing comfortable walking shoes, layered clothing, and bringing rain gear, as this event is rain or shine.
  • Participants are encouraged to respect wildlife and follow Leave No Trace principles during the walk.
  • Registration is not required for this event; simply meet outside the Visitors Pavilion at the designated time to join the walk.

Note: Participants without memberships who wish to explore the Garden’s interior after the Birding Walk will need to purchase tickets for Garden admission.

Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with nature and discover the beauty of birdwatching at Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden!