Sunday Morning Guided Bird Walk – visit Saskatoon’s best natural birding habitats in 2022

SUNDAY MORNING BIRD WALK

Next Event: TBA 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Location: Donna Birkmaier Park, Saskatoon

Description: Join local birding expert Stan Shadick for a 2-hour guided bird walk through this naturalized park. We hope to see and hear a variety of songbirds and water birds which may include Brown Thrasher, Eastern Kingbird, Least Flycatcher, Yellow Warbler, Song Sparrow plus a variety of ducks, grebes and terns. Bird activity is at its best during the cool weather of early mornings.

COVID SAFETY POLICY ON TOURS

  1. Your tour leader is fully vaccinated. For everyone's health and safety, participants must bring a paper copy showing their personal proof of full Covid vaccination.
  2. Clients must normally drive themselves in their own personal or rented vehicle. The leader will usually drive in a separate vehicle.
  3. Please wear a mask and maintain physical 2 meter distancing when walking outside or viewing birds through the spotting scope that I will set up.
  4. This policy may change when public health orders change or when Covid case numbers decrease.
  5. Please contact us before booking tour if you have any special requests with regard to this policy.

Register: Advanced Registration Required. $45 per person.  Click here to register.

All proceeds support Living Sky Wildlife Rehabilitation charity.

Sunday Morning Bird Walk
Brown Thrasher
by Nick Saunders

Tour Guide: Stan Shadick. Click for more information about your tour guide.

Sunday Morning Bird Walk Tour may be combined with:

OTHER TOURS

Other Tours and Workshops: Click here to see a complete list of our upcoming tours and workshops.

MULTIPLE TOURS DISCOUNT

Can't decide which tour to take?

Check out our multiple tours discount described here.

Yellow-headed Blackbird
by Nick Saunders

 

TESTIMONIAL about Sunday Morning Bird Walk

"Thank you so much.  I had such a great time learning from you.  Thanks for sharing your scope and knowledge with me," S.S. September 2021