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2nd Saturday Bird Walk

Great Plains Nature Center 6232 E 29th St N, Wichita, KS

Bring your binoculars and discover the birds that 
visit and live in Chisholm Creek Park. No birding experience is needed. Expect 1–2 miles of walking on paved paths. The walk will last about 90 minutes. Meet at the Great Plains Nature Center parking lot and practice social distancing!

Free

2nd Saturday Bird Walk

Great Plains Nature Center 6232 E 29th St N, Wichita, KS

Bring your binoculars and discover the birds that 
visit and live in Chisholm Creek Park. No birding experience is needed. Expect 1–2 miles of walking on paved paths. The walk will last about 90 minutes. Meet at the Great Plains Nature Center parking lot and practice social distancing!

Free

2nd Saturday Bird Walk

Great Plains Nature Center 6232 E 29th St N, Wichita, KS

Bring your binoculars and discover the birds that 
visit and live in Chisholm Creek Park. No birding experience is needed. Expect 1–2 miles of walking on paved paths. The walk will last about 90 minutes. Meet at the Great Plains Nature Center parking lot and practice social distancing!

Free

Quivira NWR & Cheyenne Bottoms Field Trip

Quivira National Wildlife Refuge 1434 NE 80th St, Stafford, KS

Meet at the Quivira National Wildlife Refuge headquarters and bring a lunch. This is prime migration time for shorebirds at these nationally renowned locations.

Free

Program and Meeting

Great Plains Nature Center 6232 E 29th St N, Wichita, KS

Kansas Birding Trail: using a new resource for bird finding in our state, by Mike Rader. The Kansas Birding Trail Project was initiated from an idea pitched to Kansas Dept. of Wildlife & Parks Secretary Brad Loveless in early 2020. The project was given to Mike in September of that year, with the resulting project …

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Free

Monarch Tagging Nature Day at Chaplin Nature Center

Chaplin Nature Center 27814 27th Dr, Arkansas City, KS

Celebrate the wonders of nature by participating in the monarch migration. The butterfly tagging program is part of on-going research conducted by the University of Kansas. Participants will learn about the migration and be given an opportunity to capture and tag a monarch. Leaders from the Wichita Audubon Society will be offering a variety of …

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Free