Enjoy nature and learn about local birds from bird watcher Joe Fitzgibbon. Courtesy/PEEC
One of the best ways to begin bird watching is by looking for the birds you see and hear every day.
At 7 a.m., Saturday, May 6, join long-time Los Alamos resident and bird watcher Joe Fitzgibbon for hike in Lower Water Canyon. This is the perfect opportunity for adults and children who can hike up to five miles to get outside and admire local species of birds. Sightings may include the Black-throated gray warbler and Hepatic tanager.
Joe Fitzgibbon has always been passionate about the outdoors and the history of Los Alamos. Aside from working at Los Alamos National Laboratory until 2013, he holds the first and only sighting of a California Condor in Los Alamos.
The group will meet at the White Rock Visitor Center off of Highway 4. Because it is limited to 12 people, register now to save a spot! Admission costs $0/member and $5/non-member.