PLEASE JOIN US! NON-MEMBERS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME!
April – June 2013
Leader: Bob Carroll
Meeting place: Powers Park Parking Lot. On Hawthorne Road (State Road 20) 4.4 miles east of Waldo Road.
Leader: Rex Rowan
Meeting place: Target Parking Lot. Shopping center on Archer Road (State Road 24) just east of I-75.
Leader: John Hintermister
Meeting place: Tag Agency. NW 34th Street (State Road 121) just south of junction with US-441, directly across the street from ABC Liquors.
Leader: Adam Kent
Meeting place: San Felasco Millhopper Road Parking Lot. On Millhopper Road (County Road 232) 7.6 miles west of US-441. Admission is $4.00 per vehicle, $2.00 per passenger in vehicle with holder of Annual Individual Entrance Pass. Please use the honor box to pay fees.
Leader: Adam Kent
Meeting place: La Chua Trail Parking Lot. From University Avenue south on SE 15th Street; when the road curves left, go straight ahead down Camp Ranch Road.
Leader: Capt. Doug Maple
Meeting place: Details (including time) TBA, Call Wild Birds Unlimited to register at (352) 381-1997. Participation limited. Guide fee may be required.
Leader: Michael Drummond
Meeting place: Longleaf Flatwoods Parking Lot. Take SR-20 east out of Gainesville. Turn right (south) onto CR-325 and proceed 2.3 miles to the parking corral.
A Conservation Lands Education Program Field Trip: Alachua Audubon is sponsoring its fourth series of field trips that bring attention to local land conservation efforts. These trips highlight properties that protect plant and animal life. Each will focus on that site’s unique flora, fauna and history. These field trips are designed to be educational experiences, so the emphasis will be on much more than birding.
Alachua County Forever and the SJRWMD purchased this 1388-acre tract of longleaf pine flatwoods, sandhill and swamp in 2003 and opened it to the public in 2005. The Reserve has a 7-mile trail system divided into three loops. It is the best local site to find Bachman’s Sparrows.
Audubon member Erika Simons will share tricks and tips for enhancing nature photography in the backyard and using Photoshop to make your photos look unstaged.
Site: Millhopper Library Meeting Room, 3145 NW 43rd Street at 2:00 p.m.
Leader: Dr. Jaret Daniels
Meeting place: Call Wild Birds Unlimited to register at (352) 381-1997. Participation limited