The Nashville Chapter of TOS is happy to announce the return of the
ever-popular Wednesday morning migration walks at Radnor Lake State Park, 1160
Otter Creek Rd, Nashville.
After a year hiatus due to COVID, we will be ‘tip-toeing’ back into these walks
by holding ONLY THREE walks this spring. The first will be on Wednesday,
April 28th. Meet in the west parking lot outside the Visitor’s Center near the
kiosk at 7:30 am. The route is the same…up the road, across the spillway and
down the trail to Long Bridge where the ‘official’ walk will end. You can
choose to return by the same route or continue on around the lake. We will
hold two additional walks on May 5th and May 12th. Social distancing and
masks will be required/requested when within 6 feet of fellow participants and
in accordance with State Park rules.
And if you’re just not quite ready to join the fun this spring, we hope to
return to 4 walks in the Fall beginning on Wednesday, September 22nd and you
can join us then.
/ |` Cyndi Routledge
Southeastern Avian Research