Cecil Bird Club
Trip leader: David Francis
(depending on weather trip may reschedule a week or so)
The Wildflower Trail at Conowingo goes south from Fisherman’s Park along the bank of the Susquehanna, through wooded wetlands and along the base of cliffs that are, at this season, blanketed with Dutchman’s Breeches, Virginia Bluebells, Trillium, and other spring wildflowers. The earlier spring migrants, Phoebes and Louisiana Waterthrushes, may be seen, and maybe some lingering winter visitors, like Winter Wren. We may also spend some time scoping the waters below the dam to see what’s about. Dress warmly if the weather is unseasonably cold. Easy walking on a level, well-graded trail (short stretches may be a bit muddy). Meet at Fisherman’s Park below the Dam at 8 AM.