Given that we were birding in late August, our guide had a challenge finding *many* birds. However, he was very knowledgeable about birding and he was also very good at explaining basics to the beginners in the group. On this trip, which started near the gardens at the Nature Center and then continued on to Jesup Trail and then Beaver Pond... some of the birds that we saw included Hermit thrush, Black-capped chickadees, Red-eyed vireos, American redstart, Broad-winged hawk and Belted kingfisher. We also learned about the old growth forest and the impacts of the 1947 fire. Overall, I thought it was an interesting walk and I was able to add some additional bird species to 'my list.'
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