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Bois D’Arc Winter Sparrows

February 18 @ 8:30 am - 11:30 am

Free

FREE—Open to the public!

Join GOAS for a morning where one may learn more about the many sparrows which don’t nest in our area of Missouri, but spend the winter in the lower Midwest and across the East, between October and May.

Participants will likely observe White-throated, White-crowned, Harris’s, Song, Savannah, and Fox Sparrows, with more possible!

Does not meet Birdability guidelines. We’ll hike through stubble and downed summer vegetation; long pants and sturdy boots are suggested since multiflora rose and blackberry vines are present, too.

Leader: Kendell Loyd, 573-776-0901

Fox Sparrow. Drawn from Nature: John James Audubon. Fox-coloured Sparrow is the name Audubon assigned to this species when he encountered it in Labrador.

West Menard’s SW side of parking lot
3803 West University StreetSpringfield, MO, 65807United States

Details

Date:
February 18
Time:
8:30 am - 11:30 am
Cost:
Free
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Website:
https://www.greaterozarksaudubon.org/events/2023/2/18/bois-darc-winter-sparrows

Venue

Menard’s
3803 West University Street
Springfield, MO 65807 United States
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Phone:
417-869-1546
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