Blackbrook Audubon invites birders of all levels to their monthly walk at Chagrin River Park Sunday, March 24th at 8:00 a.m. As the local chapter of National Audubon Society, Blackbrook has monitored avian life in this Lake Metropark property to benefit the Chagrin River Corridor IBA, or Important Bird Area. Everyone living within the Chagrin River watershed also lives in the IBA and has a role to play in supporting birds in their migration and breeding cycles.
Meet at 3100 Reeves Road off Lost Nation Road in Willoughby. The walk is just over 1 mile on a level, paved path. The list of birds found is posted on http://eBird.org. For more information, visit Blackbrook Audubon Society or email [email protected]. Follow Blackbrook Audubon Society on Facebook.
Blackbrook skips the April IBA walk to concentrate on the Spring Bird Walk series at Headlands Beach State Park, also on Sunday, April 14th, 21st and 28th. March’s walk will be the last at Chagrin River Park as Blackbrook will start with May at a new location. Join Blackbrook Audubon at Beaty Landing in Painesville Sunday, May 26th. Use the east entrance at 543 East Walnut Street. This Lake Metropark is part of the Grand River – Lower Watershed Important Bird Area.