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Anson B. Nixon Park with Ian Stewart
*Weather update* This trip is a go!!! We’re hoping rain in the forecast will hold off while we’re birding & Ian will continue if there is light rain, so bring your raingear!
October 14, 2023 @ 8:00 am – 10:30 am EDT
Tennessee Warbler by Carolyn Holland
This is the first DOS trip to this under-birded park & we are excited to see what species we might find!
Anson B. Nixon park (www.ansonbnixonpark.org) is an attractive 100 acre site owned by the Kennett Area Park Authority. It contains two small lakes and a mix of woodland and dense forest with creeks. It is free to enter, there is ample parking and the trails are good. We will search the woods and edges for late migrants, winter visitors and residents. This well-maintained park is under-birded yet the mix of habitats holds great promise of us adding some new species to the site list! Bring bug spray and wear appropriate shoes for walking.
Contact Carolyn at [email protected] if you have any questions about this trip..
The entrance to the park is on N Walnut Street in Kennett Square. The GPS coordinates on the map below will take you to the park entrance where there is a sign at the end of the driveway. Follow the driveway and soon you will come to a good size parking lot on the right where we will meet. If this lot is full there is a spillover lot further down the driveway.