[past] Tryon Farm Spring Bird Hike!

TFI-birdTFI Spring Bird Hike
at Tryon Farm

Sat April 18 – 10am start
Open to the public!

Tryon Farm
1500 Tryon Road
Michigan City, IN 46360

Free for TFI Members/Friends
$7 /person non-members
register on Eventrite site here

Interested in learning to bird?
Already an adept birder looking for a new unique location?
Or just looking for an excuse to get out and stretch your legs?

Birding isn’t a fast sport — it’s thorough.

Birders don’t cover a great deal of ground, but what they do they cover well.

cookieJoin us for a guided Spring Bird Hike at Tryon Farm on the morning of Saturday April 18, 2015. Cookie Ferguson will be our bird guide.

Spring in Northern Indiana is an exciting time for bird lovers. There are lots of things to talk about before, during, and after birding. You’ll spend quite a bit of time waiting for your subject to come to you — the proverbial flyby.

We’ll cover the basics, talk about birds found in Northern Indiana, get out in the fields and wetlands, and generally have a good time. Learn something new, spot some beautiful feathered friends, and hopefully, want to do it again!

This event is for adults. (Young-adults may be okay if they’re genuinely interested.)

Because a smaller group is a quieter group, the class size is limited to 10 – so don’t delay signing up if you’re interested.

Register & purchase tickets on Eventrite site – click here

Cost is $7 /person for non-members (open to the public)
FREE for TFI Members & Friends*

*TFI Members & Friends: email us for your ticket discount access code

About TryonFarmInstitute

Tryon Farm Institute, Inc. (TFI) is an Indiana chartered non-profit land trust and education organization with a mission to connect human and natural communities by promoting habitat diversity and sustainable land husbandry.

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