FIELD TRIP NEW! – WARBLERS AND SPRING MIGRATION
May 18 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Leader: Judy Ferris and Jan Degeneffe
Join us for one of our dazzling nature gems in Calvert County! ACLT, located just minutes from Prince Frederick, has 22 miles of trails across a 3,000 acre preserve. Explore this spectacular property via woodland paths in search of warblers and other neotropical songbirds. Bird migration will be strong, but so will the flood of breeding birds singing to establish and defend nesting territories. Depending on trail conditions, we may hike 2-3 miles. Muddy spots and insects are possible. Meet at the parking lot at the American Chestnut Land Trust Office.
DIRECTIONS: From Route 4 in Prince Frederick, turn east onto Dares Beach Road/MD 402 (opposite Safeway). Go straight thru round-about. Continue 2.4 miles to Double Oak Road. Turn right onto Double Oak Road. Continue 1.5 miles to a signed gate and a dirt road on the left. Turn left onto the dirt road. Continue 0.4 miles to gravel parking area. RSVP to Judy at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-474-0368.