Join us for a free Bird Walk at Cornerstone, our 87-acre property in northcentral Polk County. This leisurely walk will be guided by Harry Fuller, author, and member of the Salem Audubon Society.
Cornerstone has a unique combination of habitats, including riparian, seasonal stream, mixed conifer forest and heritage oak savannah and woodland. Cornerstone will be a major anchor of wildlife habitat connected by corridors within the region to foster the recovery of sensitive and threatened species found within this ecoregion. Last year, Harry identified 68 species of birds at Cornerstone!
Harry is also the co-founder of The Partnership for International Birding. He is an avid bird blogger and is the author of Freeway Birding, San Francisco to Seattle, and co-author of Great Owls of California, Oregon and Washington. We are grateful to have Harry at Cornerstone to share his knowledge and help participants identify the different bird species there.
Registration is required and limited. Please email our Outreach Coordinator, Morgan Neil for more information, accommodations and registration details.
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