Winter Bird Tour

Sunday, March 19th, 2023 from 8:00am to 10:00am (CT)
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Looking for an unforgettable winter outing? Join us for a professionally led bird tour!

Led by Kyle Te Poel of "Next Bend Birding" - Kyle offers personalized guided birding tours to help you experience more of the natural world. Whether you're hoping to add to your life list, learn more about familiar wildlife, travel somewhere new without the hassle of planning, or experience nature in more detail than you usually do, Kyle and Bird City invites you on this Winter Bird tour.  


Among some of the birds that may be seen are Bald Eagle, American Tree Sparrow, Rough-legged Hawk, Northern Shrike, Barred Owl, Great Horned Owl, and more. Please dress for the weather accordingly and bring your own binoculars if you have them. We will meet and then depart on the trail shortly, so please be prompt.


The event is free but donations would be appreciated! For any questions, please contact Allison McGinnis, Bird City Stillwater MN lead coordinator at 651-206-6207. 


Sustainable Stillwater MN’s Bird City Workgroup is dedicated to implementing the requirements of the Minnesota Audubon Society’s award to Stillwater as a “Minnesota Bird City” in 2021.

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Kyle at Next Bend Birding Tours & Photography donates a minimum of 10% of gross income to wildlife & environmental organizations, including the purchasing of prime wildlife habitats for the purpose of permanent conservation right here in Minnesota. Based out of his home, Kyle has been aggressive in pursuing green office practices, including going nearly paperless, installing geothermal heating/cooling in place of gas, and placing BirdSavers in many windows to prevent bird collisions.

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Take Stagecoach Trail south of Stillwater. Shortly after crossing over I-94, turn left (east) on Division Street. Drive a few hundred feet. The parking lot will be on the right and the trails start on the opposite side of the street from the parking.
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