A National Aviary Bus Tour: Bird Banding & Warbler Watching
The next National Aviary bus tour – Bird Banding & Warbler Watching in the Laurel Highlands will be led by Ornithologist, Bob Mulvihill. Bob provides expert insight for participants of all ages and backgrounds. He lived and worked in the Laurel Highlands for more than 30 years before returning to Pittsburgh to work at the National Aviary, and knows its birdlife very well!
This overnight trip is a fantastic way to experience the excitement of spring songbird migration while enjoying the scenic beauty of the Laurel Highlands. Participants will depart from the National Aviary promptly at 4:00 pm on Saturday, April 30, and return to the Aviary by 4:00 pm on Sunday, May 1. Your overnight destination is the Antiochian Village north of Ligonier, where you will stay in newly remodeled rooms with private baths and a view of Laurel Mountain.
The National Aviary Bus Tour: Bird Banding & Warbler Watching in the Laurel Highlands will involve about 1-2 hours of easy to moderate walking. For more details of the Bus Tour, visit the Laurel Highlands Overnight Bird Tour event page. To register, email Audrey Beichner or call 412-258-9463.