After a long pause from Spring 2020 through Spring 2021, Alachua Audubon has resumed our much-anticipated birding field trips!
NOTE: a field trip to Fort White Wildlife and Environmental Area on 5 December 2021 has been added to the field trip list!
This fall’s trips include local migrant hotspots in September and October when warblers, thrushes, tanagers, grosbeaks, and other neotropical migrants pass through our region, as well as other locations in November and December where winter visitors will settle in.
CDC is currently advising social distancing even outside for everyone regardless of vaccination status and wearing masks, if social distancing is not possible. Risks of contracting Covid are much lower outside but we live in an area of high transmission. Field trips have been sorely missed but we want our field trip leaders and participants to be safe.
PLEASE JOIN US! NON-MEMBERS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME.
Here are some items to consider carrying on any field trip: binoculars (a must), water, bug spray, sunscreen, hat, sturdy shoes, rain gear for sudden downpours, notebook, camera, contact information