Annual Bird Walk and Breakfast to be Held in Theodore Roosevelt National Park
The Theodore Roosevelt Nature and History Association invites birders of all ages and experience levels to participate in the 56th Annual Bird Walk on Sunday, June 6. The walk will start at 6:30 a.m. in the Cottonwood Campground in the South Unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
The casual one-hour stroll will meander along the Little Missouri River in search of as many bird species as possible. Each year, 40-50 species are heard and seen during this popular event; over 80 different species have been observed over the last 20 years. Participants should meet at the campground registration area.
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Did You Know?
Cannonball concretions can be found along the North Unit Scenic Drive. They were formed by the selective precipitation of mineral-rich groundwater and are nearly spherical because the sandstone in which sand grains were cemented together was of uniform permeability. More...