Wrentit • Photo by Ernie Rose

The Audubon Society of Lincoln City will lead a birding field trip along the Friends of Wildwood Trail as part of its World Migratory Bird Day activities this Saturday, May 11.

This relatively easy walk through forest and forest edge offers walkers the chance to see and hear year-round woodland residents such as Pacific wren and downy woodpecker as well as enjoying spring arriving warblers and osprey.

The walk, which is free and open to all, will start at 8:30 am at the Friends of Wildwood Trail entrance on NE West Devils Lake Road.

After the bird walk, the society will be hosting its World Migratory Bird Day Festival from 10 am to 2 pm at the Lincoln City Community Center. For details, see the feature on page 11.

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