Join us for a day of hiking through an Audubon designated Important Bird Area in Minnesota during peak migration! In the morning, we'll stay on the 2,500 acres of Saint John's Abbey Arboretum and do all our birding by walking. We have seen 100+ species in past years at Saint John's. Sightings in recent years have included: Gray-cheeked thrush, Cerulean warbler, Mourning warbler, Eastern towhee, Avocet, Harris sparrow and more!
Come at 5:30 a.m. for early birding. Or join us at 8:00 a.m. for a continental breakfast followed by more birding. All birding groups meet for lunch at noon. Optional birding in the afternoon driving through the surrounding Avon Hills.