Audubon Society sets beginners, newcomers bird walk

SEQUIM — The Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society will host a “Beginners and Newcomers” bird walk at 8:30 a.m. Saturday.

The short guided walk will be at Railroad Bridge Park, beginning at the Dungeness River Audubon Center, 2151 W. Hendrickson Road, and continuing over the Dungenenss River. It will feature birds commonly found at feeders in Sequim in the fall, bird feeding tips and the opportunity to discuss other places in Sequim to see birds.

The event is free and binoculars may be available to borrow. The Railroad Bridge and the Olympic Discovery Trail are paved, appropriate for those with limited mobility.

Each of the four seasons, the “Beginners and Newcomers” series walks will focus on the new birds arriving in the area.

For more information, see the olympicpeninsula website under “Events.”

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