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Walk with Warblers

Saturday, May 4 | 7 - 11 a.m.

Take a walk with warblers!

Join us for a unique bird watching adventure at GCV&M’s limited-access Oatka Creek property! May is one of the best times to observe migrating warblers and many other birds since they are active and vocal preparing for their nesting season.

We will begin the hike at The Lodge (the driveway directly across the street from the Museum’s main entrance) at 7 a.m. and return around 11 a.m. 

Know before you go

  • The hike will be approximately 3 miles at a leisurely pace through diverse habitats in search of warblers and songbirds, waterfowl and raptors. 
  • Dress for the weather, wear sensible shoes, bring water, and binoculars. There are a limited number of binoculars available to borrow.
  • This outing is suitable for adults and teens. 

Ticket Information

General Adult: $40

General Youth (3 – 12): $30

Museum Member Adult: $35

Museum Member Youth: $25

Kids 2 and under: FREE 

FAQs

Is there ample parking?

Yes! Parking for this walk will be at The Lodge (driveway is directly across the street from the main Museum entrance). 

Where do I check in?

You will check in for your tour at the Museum’s Lodge building (driveway is directly across the street from the main Museum entrance). 

How do I show my purchased tickets?

Please have your ticket(s) either printed out OR pulled up on your phone screen for fast and easy check-in. You will also be asked to give your name. 

Pro tip: take a screenshot of your ticket(s) or invoice; WIFI can be very spotty at the Museum. 

is this event rain or shine?

Yes – this event is rain or shine! Please dress accordingly for the predicted weather conditions. We will cancel only in the case of thunderstorms or severe weather.

How should I dress?

Dress for the weather and wear sensible shoes for walking in the woods. 

Can I wear bug spray?

Yes, but we ask that you do NOT use bug spray containing DEET, and look for DEET-free alternatives. 

Can I bring my dog?

Leashed service animals are welcome with proper identification. 

What else will be open?

The Historic Village, Nature Center Trails and Building, Depot Restaurant, Freight House Pub, and Flint Hill Gift Shop will all be closed to visitors on this day. 

Is there an age limit for this event?

While there is no age limit, please note this event is best suited for teens and adults. You will be taking a (leisurely) 3-mile hike through diverse habitats; smaller children may find it difficult to keep pace. 

 

What if I need a refund for my ticket?

Tickets may be refunded only up to 7 days prior to the event date and are strictly non-transferable by date, entry time, or program. 

What should I bring with me?

Please bring your own water bottle, sunscreen, and extra (DEET-free) bug spray. You may also bring your own binoculars. 

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