Whether you're a hardcore bird watcher or just someone who is casually interested and wants to learn more, a special event coming up will give you the chance to see some birds!  It's being billed as the International Migratory Bird Day Celebration  - and it's taking place in the Twin Ports on Saturday, June 8.

Individuals who are interested in taking part are asked to be at Lake Superior Elementary School (6200 E 3rd Street) in Superior by 8:30 AM.  Attendees will then board a bus that will take them to the Bluff Creek Bird Habitat for a hike and conversations with local birding experts.  Afterwards, the group will head back to the Lake Superior Elementary School for a presentation by Jane Anklam - Conservation Manager with Landmark Conservatory; Anklam's presentation is entitled "Why ARE Migratory Birds Attracted To Our Local Stopover Habitat?".  At the end, a question and wrap up session will be held.  Refreshments and a light snack will also be provided.

To reserve your spot, call the Superior Parks & Recreation Department:  715-395-7270.  Those unable to walk or hike can sign up just for the presentation.


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