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Bird Walk on Foster Island - October 5

SEPTEMBER 29, 2013 | EDITOR

Join Penny Bolton, a fledgling graduate of the Seattle Audubon Master Birder program, for a walk through the north section of the Arboretum and Foster Island to find water birds and become familiar with the local winter birds. Penny will point out the common birds and hopes to be present for the returning migrant waterfowl on the lake. Bring binoculars if you have them, shoes for muddy walking, and be prepared to walk a mile and a half. Penny notes that this walk is good for kids since they’ll be looking at birds sitting on the water. The group will be strolling slowly and stopping frequently to listen and watch.

Meet at the Graham Visitors Center at 10 AM and return at noon. Dress for the weather. No charge.

 

Arboretum: Chatting Mallards
Chatting Mallards

 

Arboretum: Heron
Great Blue Heron

 

Arboretum: Sleeping Duckling
Sleeping Hybrid Duckling

 

Arboretum: Two Ducks
Mallards on Lake Washington

 

Arboretum: Swimming Duck
Swimming on the Lake

 

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