The next gathering of the John W. Sellars – Lebanon Chapter of the Tennessee Ornithological Society will be a birding field trip:
Saturday, 21 April 2018
We will meet at Cedars of Lebanon State Park in the Nature Center parking lot @ 7:00 AM and search for spring warblers.
Anyone and everyone is welcome to join us for the birding expedition so grab a friend and come bird with us in the cedar glades. See you on the 21st of April.
Join the Lebanon Birding Club (John W Sellars Chapter of TOS) for some spring birding fun with members of our sister organization, Nashville TOS, on Saturday, 12 May 2018.
We will meet at the Discovery Center in Murfreesboro at 7:30 AM. Stephen Zipperer will lead the group through the Murfree Springs Wetlands in search of warblers and other songbirds. After a 1 mile trek through the wetlands we will load up and travel to see Scissor-tailed Flycatcher and Loggerhead Shrike in eastern Rutherford County. Then we will head to Wilson County in search of Grasshopper Sparrow and Lark Sparrow. Binoculars should suffice, but if you have a scope you might bring it. Also a camera wouldn’t be a bad idea. We could get some good shots of the flycatchers and/or shrikes.
If you plan on joining us on the 12th please complete the online sign-up form here:
I realize it’s a pain to fill out these forms, but it helps us to better plan these trips and provides us with information useful for planning future trips. It only takes a minute and we will never share your information with anybody or any other organization.
We hope to see you on Saturday, May 12.