Free Oak Park Bird Walks


This is a Blackburnian Warbler found on an Oak Park Bird Walk in May of 2014. This beauty is one of 110+ bird species that can be found in Oak Park, Illinois.

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Bird walk on October 3, 2015

  • FREE-OF-CHARGE
  • BIRD WALK ATTENDANCE BY RESERVATION ONLY!
  • EMAIL WALK LEADER, HENRY: trumpetswan@comcast.net FOR RESERVATIONS
  • WALKS TAKE PLACE IN AND NEAR OAK PARK, ILLINOIS - ABOUT 10 MILES WEST OF DOWNTOWN CHICAGO
  • All walks originate from my house (address given w/individual reservations) unless otherwise noted.
  • SEE SEASONAL SCHEDULE, ACCESSED VIA BAR ON LEFT
  • STRICT CANCELLATION POLICY: EMAIL 3 DAYS IN ADVANCE OF WALK, EXCEPT IN EMERGENCIES
  • ANYONE IS WELCOME TO ATTEND (WITH RESERVATION VIA EMAIL), AND MAY ATTEND MULTIPLE WALKS PER SEASON
  • THESE WALKS TAKE PLACE IN THE SPRING FROM MID APRIL TO LATE MAY, AND IN THE FALL FROM LATE AUGUST TO EARLY OCTOBER
  • BRING BINOCULARS AND/OR CAMERA FOR BEST EXPERIENCE
  • DONATIONS IN SPRING 2016 GO TO LA SELVA BIOLOGICAL STATION, COSTA RICA 

Good birding and I hope to see you on a bird walk!

-Henry
trumpetswan@comcast.net
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