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Sneak Peek at Spring Migrating Birds

The weather is getting warmer, the flowers are blooming, and the birds are on their way! Spring migration has started and our Spring Birding Weekend is nearly here.

 

Whether you are an avid birder or just wanted to learn about how to bird watch, this event is a perfect time to get together with other bird lovers and see some pretty amazing birds.

Many brightly colored birds use the Mississippi Flyway as their migration path and may be seen at Tara in early spring. From ruby-throated hummingbirds, indigo buntings, painted buntings, northern parulas, prothonotary warblers, and blue grosbeaks, you’re sure to see something special during the weekend.

Here is a sneak peek at what some of these birds look like and when they were seen in the last two years at Tara (for full list click here):

Blue Grosbeak

This bird species was spotted at Tara in spring and summer 2014 and spring 2015.

Painted Bunting

This species was spotted at Tara in spring 2015.

Yellow Warbler

One was spotted in spring 2015 at Tara.

Scarlet Tanager

This bird species was spotted at Tara in spring 2014 and 2015

Rose-breasted Grosbeak

This bird species was spotted at Tara in spring 2015

We hope you’ll come out for the Spring Birding Weekend – we have both day passes and weekend packages available. The weekend includes guided birding tours, open air bus rides, cane pole fishing instruction for kids, social events, and meals. Click to view a list of activities.

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