Bird Walk: Princess Place Preserve at Twilight (Palm Coast)
January 25 @ 3:30 pm - 6:00 pm
The “Jewel of Flagler County” shines at dusk, too! We will start in the daytime and view many types of birds along Pellicer Creek, from wading birds to woodpeckers to warblers. Of course there will be a visit to the eagle nest! Then we will search for dusk specialties like rails and owls.
eBird: 172 species
Accessibility: low – often walking on grass, sand paths, and shell paths (some sidewalk). If you’d prefer – bring a chair and join board member Judie Dziak for a “bird sit.”
ABOUT OUR BIRD WALKS/TRIPS
Walks are held in parks around Flagler County; trips are out of town. Beginners and nonmembers are ALWAYS welcome. Experienced guides will help you see the birds and explore varied habitats. Free unless noted. But if you’d like to join to support the birds, you can do so here: https://www.joinit.org/o/flagler-audubon-society
New this year: select local bird walks will include an alternate “bird sit” option – if you’d prefer to have the birds come to you, bring a chair and join board member Judie Dziak. You may see more birds than the walkers (or different kinds)!