Still Room Memorial Day Weekend Bird Trip

There are still at least two spots, maybe three, open on the Uncommon Seminars LLC Bird Ecology of the Northern Forest class/trip this coming Memorial Day Weekend. Sue Plankis is doing research on owls, as that was a special request of one of the participants. We hope to get some good views of  Saw Whet and Barred Owls and maybe more. The moon will be full which will be great for owl viewing. With the late spring we should be ahead of leaf-out up there, and also ahead of the spring bug season. Everything is coming together for an outstanding weekend of camping, paddling and birding. The first night we stay at the Sawbill campground at the end of the Sawbill Trail. People can work on Friday and just arrive whenever they want Friday night which will take the stress out of  the drive. We will have a Minnesota hobo supper simmering on the fire and a tent set up for you. Early on Saturday it’s into the wilderness area, paddling my fleet of Savage River canoes. The newest a graphite Deep Creek weighs just 28 pounds! Sue and I are super excited about this trip. Call me if you want me to hold a spot – $499 all-inclusive. Ten years from now you will not remember the Memorial Day weekends you spent washing the windows or laying down lawn fertilizer, but you have the opportunity to recall an exquisite long-weekend adventure with the birds of the wild BWCA. Seize it. I guarantee a remarkable and unforgetable experience! Email me for a spot ASAP,

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