Migratory birds are back at Peninsula State Park

A Peninsula State Park naturalist wants to help you appreciate the beauty of birds. On three consecutive Tuesdays starting on May 7th, Peninsula State Park is hosting a birding walk from 8 to 9 AM. Migratory birds are making their way back into Door County with the weather getting warmer. Warblers and other shorebirds may be seen on the short walk which will be about a half mile. Peninsula State Park naturalist Kathleen Harris shares what makes birding so special.



Harris encourages people to bring their own binoculars as there are only a few to use at the park. You can park at the Weborg lot and meet at the Weborg Shelter building. On Friday, there will also be a bird walk and that one will meet at Nelson’s Point at 8 AM. These walks are all free but a state park vehicle sticker is required.

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