THIS EVENT IS CANCELED
Harford Bird Club
Coordinator Amanda Subolefsky (firstname.lastname@example.org or 443-528-4306).
Visit the place J.J. Audubon called home for four years after he arrived here from France at age eighteen. It was here that he became captivated by the beauty and variety of the many birds around him and that the seed was planted for a lifetime of studying and painting these stunning winged creatures. Although best known for his brilliant and original images of birds, he is also the father of bird banding and the discoverer of chimney swallows’ winter roosting spots. He became the foremost ornithologist in America as he pursued his field studies as well as his painting techniques. The interactive museum is as interesting as the man with many displays and hands-on activities.
6:45 AM -Meet at Darlington Park on Rt. 1 in Darlington. Volunteers needed to drive.
8:15 AM – Arrive at Mill Grove Audubon Center – Bathroom Break
8:30 AM – A bird walk with one of the naturalists
9:30 AM – Walk to the house
9:45 AM – House tour with docent
10:30 AM – Break and a snack (which will be provided)
10:45 AM – Free time to explore the museum
11:45 AM – Departure ( We can go straight home or stop for lunch)
Cost for this trip is $15. Please bring CASH as it will expedite getting our group into the museum. Pre-registration required by March 28.