Timberdoodles in the Gloaming
Mar 12 (Saturday)
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Robinson Nature Center
Mar 12, 2016
Each Saturday from 04:00 PM to 07:00 PM
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8 yrs + / Mar 12 / $5 per person
Join Howard County Bird Club member David Cummings to track the elusive Timberdoodle. Also known as the American Woodcock, the Timberdoodle played a historic role in the creation of the 1,021-acre Middle Patuxent Environmental Area. Now in decline, there are a few locations in Howard County where Timberdoodles still can be consistently found. David meets you at the Robinson Nature Center and leads a carpool train to an area near the Patuxent River State Park, where you learn more about this fascinating bird. Dress warmly and sharpen your eyes and ears as we hunker down in the twilight in anticipation of sighting this denizen of dusk.
You must pre-register for this program. Please arrive promptly at 4 pm to carpool to the program location.
Robinson Nature Center at Robinson Nature Center
Howard County Goverment