The weather should be a little warmer this weekend, so it will be a good one to take a walk around parts of the lake trail at Tyler State Park to look for birds!  It's the last official day for birding, and the viewing should be at a peak.

Birds won't suddenly disappear after tomorrow because that would be crazy.  But right now is prime viewing time, and tomorrow is the last official birding day at Tyler State Park.  Just take your own binoculars, if you have them, and meet at the Brown's Point Picnic Area.

Hawks are migrating right now, and Tyler State Park hosted a Hawk Watch event two weeks ago to help us catch a glimpse as those majestic birds made their way further south.  Tomorrow's event will help us identify other species of birds (because we know the kids will ask, and this way we won't have to ask Alexa or Google).  If you've got a powerful, fancy camera, you'll want to take that for sure.

Tomorrow at 8:15 am the park will host a birding tour, and then at 10:30 am it's the Intro to Birding event. They tell us it's one of the fastest growing hobbies in the nation, and the experts will help us learn how to identify birds by sight and sound.
Tyler State Park is at 789 Park Road 16.  They'll have a few loaner binoculars, but if you have some at home you should bring those with you.
All events are free with a fee paid for admission into the park. Adults are $6 daily and children 12 years and under are free.
The weather looks fantastic for birding tomorrow...Sunny and 62 in the afternoon, and a little cooler in the morning. Just watch out for falling um, objects, and it could be the perfect day.