Date: Saturday, May 23, 2015
Admission: $5 per vehicle, cash only
Location: Wakeley Lake Area
Join HeadWaters Land Conservancy as we hike through a variety of habitats at Wakeley Lake Area east of Grayling. U.S. Forest Service biologist Phil Huber will be our guide as we look and listen for migrating and courting birds. Wakeley Lake is home to nesting pairs of loons and eagles, and late May is the perfect time to see newly arrived warblers and other songbirds.
We will meet in the parking lot at Wakeley Lake Area and hike from there. Bring a field guide and binoculars if you have them. The U.S. Forest Service charges a $5 fee per vehicle to access Wakeley Lake Area. To minimize disturbance and increase our chances of viewing as many birds as possible, please leave your dog at home.
For more information call the HWLC office at 989-731-0573