Join veteran birder and field trip leader Darlena Graham for a trip to Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge in Indiana. Darlena has been birding the Muscatauck area for years and has a lot knowledge about the refuge and surrounding area. The focus of the trip will be for waterfowl. However, the late fall and warm temperatures may bring in a mixture of unexpected late fall migrants. We should expect reasonable numbers of sandhill cranes, late shorebirds, and the start of waterfowl migration. Birds that will winter in southern Indiana will also start arriving by this date. The trip will include other areas (Ewing Bottoms) for raptors, geese, and cranes. Please feel free to contact Darlena for information if needed at Darlena@fuse.net.
Bring a lunch and dress for the weather.
Meeting Place: Tanner Boat Ramp, S. Tanners Creek Dr, Lawrenceburg, IN 47025, (off of US 50)