Join us on March 23 near Coalton, OH (Jackson County) to experience the timberdoodle (a.k.a. American woodcock). This odd and amazing bird appears each spring to perform it’s mating ritual the Sky Dance. Aldo Leopold dubbed it the Sky Dance in his Sand County Almanac essay.
Learn about the life-history of this amazing bird from wildlife biologists from the Ruffed Grouse Society, the National Wild Turkey Federation and the ODNR-Division of Wildlife. Take a leisurely walk and visit the habitats that the timberdoodle frequents. Enjoy and the Sky Dance as the sun sets and the timberdoodle takes the stage (assuming the weather and the birds cooperate).
When: March 23, 2017- 6:30 PM to approximately 9 PM
Where: 19704 State Route 93, Wellston, OH 45692
(approximately 1.25 north of the intersection of US 35 and SR 93)
Pre-registration* by email or phone is required by March 20.
To register: email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 740-596-5212 by March 19th.
*Due to parking limitations and to enhance the experience space is limited to the first 20 registrants.