Sacajawea Audubon

May 11th Field Trip – Headwaters State Park

Western Meadowlark   (by L. Harris)

Western Meadowlark (by L. Harris)

May 11th:  Headwaters State Park

Leader:  Martha Collins, 586-9478 or 579-0506

(1/2 day trip; easy walking)

The Headwaters area includes a variety of habitats, including sage/grassland and riparian, so anything from waterfowl to sparrows can occur.  One of the unique features of the Headwaters area are the limestone cliffs, which support several cliff nesting species such as Prairie Falcons and White-throated Swifts.  The park, which is situated along the Missouri River corridor, is an ideal location to observe early spring migrants. Those wishing to meet at the Headwaters area contact the trip leader. 15 person limit.

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