This is another in the series of Detroit Audubon's monthly bird walks at Elmwood Cemetery! Designed by renowned landscape architect Frederick Law Olmstead and dedicated in 1846, the cemetery provides a unique opportunity to experience the nature, culture, and history of Detroit. Elmwood Cemetery is conveniently located and a great place to bird! This is one in a series of walks to explore the birds, unique landmarks, and history of this beautiful 86-acre cemetery which is among the top "must-see" historic sites in Detroit. This event is great for beginning birders, young birders, or anyone just trying to get outside and explore a new part of the city! Join Detroit Audubon and Elmwood Cemetery's Joannie Capuano for a beautiful morning!
Location: 1200 Elmwood Avenue, Detroit, MI 48207. Park on the road along the edge of the pond.
There is no charge for this event, but you do need to pre-register for the event. You can do that here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/elmwood-cemetery-bird-walk-tickets-71383667471?blm_aid=28133