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Phoebe Point Trail

Birding the Driftless Trail to Taliesin's Phoebe Point

The Lower Wisconsin Riverway is a major corridor for spring migration, and the new Phoebe Point Trail is in the heart of it. Whether you are learning birds or know them well, join us in finding warblers, thrushes, and many more migrants along this mile-long trail.

Birding the Driftless Trail to Taliesin's Phoebe Point
Birding the Driftless Trail to Taliesin's Phoebe Point

Time & Location

May 18, 2024, 7:00 AM – 9:00 AM

Phoebe Point Trail, 4WVG+7JJ, Spring Green, WI 53588, USA

About the event

The Lower Wisconsin Riverway is a major corridor for spring migration, and the new Phoebe Point Trail is in the heart of it. Whether you are learning birds or know them well, join us in finding warblers, thrushes, and many more migrants along this mile-long trail.  

Leaders: Patrick Michaels and Meg Ziegler

Directions: From the junction of State Highway 23 and County C, just south of the Wisconsin River, turn west on County C and drive a half mile. Turn into mowed parking area on the right (river side). The coordinates are 43.14320, -90.07350.

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