DC Audubon Society Bird Walk at National Arboretum
Join DC Audubon for a walk at the National Arboretum. We hope to see raptors, woodpeckers, and year-round residents of the park like Carolina Chickadees and Tufted Titmice. If we are lucky, we may even see a Purple Finch or a Yellow-rumped Warbler. And of course, we will be keeping our eyes out for "Mr. President" and "First Lady," the pair of Bald Eagles at the National Arboretum. DirectionsMeet at the main parking lot by the R Street entrance, and we'll explore the grasslands by the Capitol Columns and search the surrounding forests for early spring birds. As always, please be mindful of weather conditions, dress and hydrate appropriately, and use caution when traveling to new or unfamiliar birding locations. Tickets are available two weeks before the event. Photo: 'Mr. President’ and ‘First Lady' are a pair of mated Bald Eagles living at the U.S. National Arboretum. Credit: U.S. Department of Agriculture.
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