Patterson Park Audubon Center can’t host the Baltimore Birding Weekend without a hike in our namesake park! Baltimore’s oldest park features 134 acres of open lawns and fields, mature trees, and a shallow wetland. 159 species of birds have been recorded in Patterson Park in May. Species may include Green Heron and Spotted Sandpiper in the park pond, and more than a dozen spring warblers in the trees. This hike will feature up to two miles of hiking on slightly hilly park paths. Morning coffee and mugs provided by David Rosario, State Farm agent.
Masonville Cove is 70 acres of water and 54 acres of restored wetlands, nature trails, and a protected bird sanctuary on a formerly neglected parcel of land in the Middle Branch. More than 135 species have been recorded here during the month of May. Species may include shorebirds such as Dunlin and Solitary Sandpiper, Bald Eagles, and both Orchard and Baltimore Orioles. This hike will feature up to two miles of hiking on mostly flat nature trails and dirt roads. Morning coffee and mugs provided by David Rosario, State Farm agent.
Reservations will be confirmed via email. No cancellations after May 5, 2017. Trips subject to weather cancellations.
Baltimore Birding Weekend t-shirts will be available in limited sizes during weekend events.