The Audubon Society of Central Arkansas will host a bird walk, Saturday, September 18 at Bell Slough Wildlife Management Area (WMA) near Mayflower. The group will meet at 7:30 a.m. at at the main entrance to Bell Slough WMA, south of Mayflower. The group will slowly walk the trail looking for migrating fall warblers. This is a good opportunity to learn to identify warblers in their non-breeding (basic) plumage. The trail is gravel and fairly level for easy walking. This will be a morning trip.
Directions: From Little Rock-Take I-40 West to Exit 135 at Mayflower. Cross over the interstate, then turn left (south) onto Hwy. 365. Go approximately 2.5 miles, look for the brown sign. Turn left off Hwy. 365 onto Grassy Lake Road. Follow Grassy Lake Rd. under I-40 then turn left into the parking lot just after crossing Palarm Creek.
For more information, contact contact Karen Holliday, ASCA Field Trip Coordinator at (501)920-3246 or firstname.lastname@example.org .