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Woodland and River Bird Hike

Dates: Now - Aug. 12, 2017
Times: 8-10 a.m.
Category: Nature
Location: McKinley Woods - Frederick's Grove, 27110 S Mckinley Woods Rd, Channahon, IL 60410
Phone: (815) 722-9470
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The best way to learn about birds is to see and hear them! Learn from an interpretive naturalist and other like-minded birders as you take a bird hike through an oak hickory forest near the Des Plaines River. Meet at the Frederick's Grove Shelter. Dress for the weather. Hikes are 1-2 miles over natural uneven terrain. For ages 18 or older. Registration required two days before the program.


What's Nearby:
Autobahn Country Club
Village of Coal City
Milltown Market
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Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie
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