Nature Workshop: Accessible Bird Walk in the Gardens with Martha Kane


Location: Beveridge Pavilion Restrooms

This bird walk is designed for people who love to watch birds but need an accessible path to walk on, or roll their wheelchairs.  We will use accessible trails through the gardens to look for birds. Bring binoculars if you have some.  Martha (Marti) Kane grew up in Westfield but spent most of her career in North Carolina training park rangers and managing a nature preserve.  She recently retired and moved back to the area.  She enjoys doing eBird counts at area parks and monitoring nest boxes for bluebirds and other cavity-nesting songbirds.

In a collaborative effort between Stanley Park and the Greater Westfield Community, eight free Nature Workshops will be conducted in the 229-acre Wildlife Sanctuary* at Stanley Park this season.  We hope you take advantage of these opportunities to enjoy nature’s beauty.

The walks and workshops will meet at the main entrance sign to the Frank Stanley Beveridge Memorial Wildlife Sanctuary* located across from the recreation field unless otherwise noted.  Walks will cancel if there is heavy rain, unless otherwise noted. Wear hiking attire, sturdy boots/shoes, bring water, your field guides, binoculars and camera if you wish.

*The workshop will meet at the Beveridge Pavilion restrooms near the Woodland Wildflower Garden (park in big parking area near the Carillon Tower).  

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