This Saturday, August 11, is the Bird Walk in the Park at Lake Arrowhead State Park. Generally, August is not the best month for birding, but shorebird migration has begun, and there have been some reports of early warblers south of us, so we could get lucky. The water level is still extremely low. With the drought, if there is water, there should be birds. Last month we had some peeps we couldn't identify--I will try to remember my spotting scope this month.
We will start at 7 AM at the firewood shed in the first camping area on the left after you enter the park. We usually wrap up around 9 AM, just as it is getting toasty warm. Be sure to bring drinking water.
There is a $3.00 entry fee to enter the park (unless you have a Park Pass.)