Bird the Trails at Allerton Park Natural Area (Saturday 7-11:00 a.m.)

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Join Allerton Park Natural Areas staff members Nate Beccue and Alex Lourash on a hike through the two dominant habitat types of Allerton Park, upland oak-hickory forest and floodplain silver maple-shellbark hickory forest. This stretch of upland forest is loaded with red-headed woodpeckers and it is common to see more than 20 in a half mile of trail.  The floodplain trail is a great spot for finding one of the many pileated woodpeckers and great blue herons in the park.  Other birds likely seen include red-shouldered hawk, brown creeper, tufted titmouse, downy and hairy woodpecker, white-breasted nuthatch and any early migratory birds.  This hike will be about 2 miles in length and very flat. The floodplain trail is often muddy; boots recommended. (Maximum 30; there will be 2 groups)

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