Dunwoody “Bird Watch”
On Saturday, Dec. 21 at 8:30 a.m., come to Brook Run Park for a “Bird Watch”. Friends of Brook Run Park and Marshall Weber, naturalist and expert birder will set up spotter scopes at the picnic tables to the right of the Brook Run Community Garden just up the hill from the “Rain Garden”. The event is free, will last about one or two hours. Birders and Wannabes are invited to come and bring binoculars if they have them, and there will be binoculars, bird books and handouts there to share. Hot chocolate, hot apple cider and slices of pumpkin bread are also on the menu at no charge.
Bird feeders and a bird bath have been set up there for a few weeks and the birds have been flocking in. “Bird Watch” goers can bring a chair and/or sit in comfort at the picnic tables to watch the birds.
Call Bobbi Sedam at 770-986-7776 to say, “I’m coming.”
Dress for the weather. Wear shoes or boots that can handle some wet spots, tell all your birding friends and Be There.