Timed for the peak of waterfowl migration through Western Pennsylvania, this National Aviary Waterfowl Bus Tour offers the possibility of seeing several hundred or even thousands of ducks, grebes, loons, geese, and swans! Traveling north on I-79, the bus will make up to five stops at well-known waterfowl hotspots: Lake Arthur, Shenango Reservoir, Lake Wilhelm, Conneaut Marsh, and Pymatuning Reservoir. In addition to waterfowl, there is a good chance participants will see Bald Eagles and Sandhill Cranes.
Your tour leader, National Aviary Ornithologist, Bob Mulvihill, has more than 40 years of experience watching birds in Western Pennsylvania. This tour is great for people new to bird watching and younger bird watchers, though people of all ages and bird watching experience levels will enjoy it!
The National Aviary Waterfowl Bus Tour will depart from the National Aviary promptly at 8:00 am on Saturday, March 19, and return by 4:00 pm. A hearty box lunch, some snacks, and selection of beverages will be provided for participants. Space is limited and tours usually sell out. For more information, or to reserve your spot, email Audrey or call 412-258-9463.