When: Thu., June 12, 7-10 a.m. 2014
With 25 species, Letchworth State Park may have more nesting species of wood warblers than anywhere else in the world! Each week, actual nesting sites will be visited and we will search for a third of the parks nesting warbler species, as we study the factors that yield such diversity. Binoculars are strongly recommended! Meet at the Parade Grounds parking lot. We will be car pooling. This is a 1 mile or more, 3 hour long hike, so please wear appropriate footwear.