Spend a winter morning looking for bird life in the beautiful woods of Caledon Natural Area. On February 5, 2011 from 9 a.m. to noon, Park Naturalist Mike will lead a guided tour through old growth forestswhich provides the perfect habitat for wintering, as well as year round residents to the park! With the leaves gone and the trees bare, it makes a great time to view Woodpeckers, sparrows, Nuthatches, Northern Cardinals, raptors and waterfowl.
Caledon Natural Area is located on the Potomac River in King George County. The park is noted for having one of the largest concentrations of American Bald Eagles on the east coast. Eagles can be found foraging along the river and the marshes of the park. Special year round programs and eagle tours are offered to park guests.
Reservations are required for all programs. For more information or to make reservations please call (540)663-3861 or email the park [email protected] .