Meet in the parking corral for the Pithlachocco Trails, directly across the road from the NFETC sign on State Road 26 three-quarters of a mile north of the junction with County Road 329B. Rex Rowan will lead us along a 2.5-mile trail through a variety of habitats that include pinewoods, open oak woodlands, wetlands, and a bit of lakeshore. Plenty of migrant warblers should be around.
Difficulty level: 3. (Elevation change, uneven ground, and/or distances greater than 2 miles.)