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Woodcock Walk


Outdoor Pursuits -
Spring 2024

Enter the realm of the incredible American woodcock. Learn about its unique mating dance and habitat requirements as we enjoy a beautiful spring sunset walk. Guided by our bird expert, we'll listen and look for the woodcock's flight with helpful hints from recordings, photographs, and a reading from Sand County Almanac. We'll hike at a gentle pace about a mile from the parking lot to the woodcock display area, taking note of the many plant and animal species we encounter along the way.

Note: Bring a pair of binoculars, flashlight, bug spray, and a field guide, if you have one. We'll go in light rain, so wear sturdy shoes and dress for the weather. Directions emailed to registered students.

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Instructor

Michele Grzenda

Conservation Director, Town of Lincoln


Michele Grzenda is the Conservation Director for the Town of Lincoln where she blends the fields of environmental regulation, open space protection, and land management. However, Michele's real passion is sharing her love of birds with others and has led hundreds of birding programs for Mass Audubon, Appalachian Mountain Club, and several community education organizations.

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  Michele Grzenda


Greenways Conservation Area
Thursday, Apr 11
6:45 - 8:15 PM

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$ 29.00
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  Michele Grzenda


Greenways Conservation Area
Wednesday, Apr 17
6:45 - 8:15 PM

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$ 29.00
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