Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art announces Birding Excursion on December 15

. November 21, 2012

The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, Salisbury University, hosts a Birding Excursion on Saturday, December 15, 2012. Travel with the Ward Museum to locations throughout the Delmarva Peninsula to witness remarkable bird migrations. Expert bird guides and local specialists will guide you to both popular and little known locations that provide refuge to thousands of migrating birds.

This trip offers the unique opportunity to see some of the most inaccessible waterfowl habitats in Delmarva. A 45 foot research vessel will explore the guts and sounds of Queen’s Sound where birds rest and feed on undisturbed sand bars and waters as eagles and osprey hunt overhead.

Meet at the Marine Science Consortium, Wallops Island, VA, at 9 am; return to Ward Museum at 4 pm. $70 members; $85 non-memebers.To register or for more information call 410-742-4988 ext 110 or email the education department at wardeducation@salisbury.edu

Category: Natural History

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