2165 Pigs Eye Lake Rd, St. Paul
Saturday, May 14, 7:00 – 9:00 AM
Join us for spring migrant birding in the forested edge of Pigs Eye Regional Park—North Unit. After the field trip, there will be an opportunity to visit with members of the Pigs Eye Park Friends, learn about reclamation and advocacy activities, and celebrate spring!
DIRECTIONS Leave downtown St. Paul from the intersection of Jackson and Warner Rd. Travel 1.2 miles downriver on Warner Rd. Turn right onto Childs Rd. exit. Travel 0.3 miles on Childs Rd to Pigs Eye Lake Rd. Turn left onto Pigs Eye Lake Rd. (this turn may be hard to see) Follow the road under the overpass and over the railway tracks. Stick with the road as it bears right. Proceed approximately 0.9 miles to the end of Pigs Eye Lake Rd. Road-park facing back toward the way you came.
DIFFICULTY Moderate – We will be walking on unpaved field trails with gentle slopes. There are spots of uneven ground and ruts. There are port-a-potties at the park.
LEADER Chase Davies 651-246-9754 [email protected]