Black and white warbler

Greening Greenfield Nature Walk, Highland Park, Greenfield, April 29, 2023 at 8:30am

Join wildlife ecologist and naturalist Pat Serrentino for a walk in Highland Park to explore the many habitats in this urban park.  We will look and listen for the animals that reside year round in the park, as well as those that migrate to our area in the spring.

Our focus will be on the vernal pools in the park, and the migrant birds that breed in the forest. The park is home to a surprising abundance of wildlife, including wood frogs, spotted salamanders and garter snakes, as well as Eastern phoebes, common ravens, pileated woodpeckers, and several warblers.

Spring peeper

The walk is free and geared to adults and children over 8 yrs. Heavy rain cancels. To add your name to the registration list email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; simply write: “I wish to join the April 29th nature walk” and give your nam(s) and phone number(s). If you have questions, you may call Edie Heinemann at 773-465-1646.

Sturdy hiking shoes are recommended for this easy to moderate walk. Please be prepared for biting insects and ticks. Binoculars are helpful but not required.

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