Date: 3/3/17 11:42 am From: Cheyenne - High Plains Audubon Society <bgorges4...> Subject: Cheyenne Audubon Mar. 18 field trip: Goshen Hole
Contact: Barb Gorges, 307-634-0463
Cheyenne – High Plains Audubon Society
For immediate release, Mar. 3, 2017
Cheyenne Audubon field trip Mar. 18: Goshen Hole
Cheyenne - High Plains Audubon Society invites the public on a free, day-long birdwatching field trip to the Goshen Hole, Goshen County, Wyoming.
Participants will leave at 8 a.m. from the Lions Park parking lot on the south side of the Children's Village and return between 3 and 5 p.m., though participants may return at their convenience. Carpooling may be available. Bring lunch and dress for the weather.
Please register with Mark Gorges, 287-4953, or <mgorges...> (mailto:<mgorges...>) , to be notified of any changes in plans. For information, see www.CheyenneAudubon.wordpress.com.
Goshen Hole refers to an area of Goshen County on the state's eastern border. Just south of Yoder, about 80 miles north of Cheyenne, there is a series of reservoirs included in the Springer/Bump Sullivan Wildlife Management Area.
Farther north, towards Torrington and Lingle there is more wetland bird habitat: Rawhide and Table Mountain Wildlife Management Areas and Hawk Springs Reservoir.
Road conditions will determine which areas will be visited.