Southwest Iowa Birding Day Join local birders and biologists to learn about spring migration at one of the largest wildlife areas and best birding sites in Iowa. Saturday, May 2, 2020 8:00am-10:00am Riverton Wildlife Management Area Meet at Wildlife Unit Headquarters - 2321 330th Ave. Riverton, IA 51650
History and description of Riverton WMA, and its regional importance for birds - Matt Dollison, Nishnabotna Unit Wildlife Biologist with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources
Brief Binocular Tutorial - Jake Holt, Farm Bill Biologist with Pheasants Forever
Birding walk - Nic Salick, Experienced Birder
This event is free and open to the public. All ages are welcome. Binoculars are recommended.
Hosted by Pheasants Forever, Iowa Department of Natural Resources, and Golden Hills RC&D with support from Fremont County Tourism.
This event is part of Golden Hills RC&D's Fremont County Outdoor Adventures programming, encourage locals and visitors to explore the great outdoors of Southwest Iowa. Learn more at goldenhillsrcd.org/fremontcounty
712 South Highway Street P.O. Box 189 Oakland, IA 51560