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Songbird Banding

May 7, 2016 - May 7, 2016 101 South Water Street Map and Directions | Register Description:Come join the bird banders at Foreman’s Branch Bird Observatory and experience the mysteries of spring bird migration. Located on Foreman’s Branch, a tributary of the Chester River, on a May morning you will likely see migrating and returning Baltimore and Orchard Orioles, Scarlet Tanagers and Indigo Buntings. Over 175 species of birds have been banded at this location. After seeing the banding operations and some of your favorite birds up close you can visit a nearby location on the farm and observe hundreds of Pink Lady Slipper orchids. *Sponsor: Dr. Harry Sears Register

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