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Urban Wildlife Walk

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Mix History and Natural History on a morning walk through the wilder corners of The Woodlands. You'll look up for birds, you'll look down for snakes and salamanders, and you'll learn about how West Philly's wild neighbors use the cemetery. (Bring binoculars if you have them).

This is a rain or shine, "PAY WHAT YOU WISH" tour. 

About the Tour Guides:

Matthew Halley is an ornithologist and historian at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University who has published extensively on the social evolution of American birds (especially thrushes) and the early history of science in Philadelphia. Halley is the Editor of the Delaware Valley Ornithological Club and caretaker of the historic Wyck House in Germantown.

Bernard "Billy" Brown is the Philadelphia coordinator for the Pennsylvania Amphibian and Reptile Survey (PARS), a state-sponsored citizen-science effort to document herpetological biodiversity. He also writes on urban nature topics for Grid Magazine and produces and co-hosts the Urban Wildlife Podcast. 

Earlier Event: May 22
Birding Zine Release Party
Later Event: June 2
Couch or 5K II