Date: 4/27/18 4:54 am From: Tim Carney <timmyc83...> Subject: [MDBirding] Re: Hart-Miller Island Birding Bus Tour - WRONG DATE on original post! Sorry!
Hi everyone. The HMI bus tour is completely full and I already have a 6-person waiting list. Thanks for your interest!
On Thursday, April 26, 2018 at 1:02:51 PM UTC-4, Tim Carney wrote:
> **Tour is Thursday, May 10...I originally wrote May 9**
> Hi everyone,
> On Thursday, May 10, I will be leading a birding bus tour at Hart-Miller Island (HMI). The boat will depart from landbase at 9:00 AM and return at 1:30 PM. While at HMI, we will cover the entire site, stopping at multiple locations to look for shorebirds, waterfowl, migratory songbirds, and any other notable birds that might be present. The tour will be conducted via tour bus and will involve minimal walking.
> This tour is open to anyone. To sign up, email tcarn [at] menv [dot] com. Space is limited to 20 participants. You may reserve a maximum of 2 spaces. If more than 20 people sign up, I will develop a waiting list in case any participants cancel.
> If you regularly join the Monday birding walks, consider not signing up for the birding bus tour to open up space for those who might not be physically able to handle the usual 7-mile walk. Participants must be able to board the boat and the bus without assistance.
> If the weather does not cooperate on Thursday, May 10, we will go on Friday, May 11. The tour will be canceled in the event of high winds or excessive rain on both days.
> This tour is offered by Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Port Administration (MDOT MPA) and Maryland Environmental Service (MES), and is not affiliated with any birding club or organization.
> These birding bus tours will be offered as a twice-yearly event, with one tour offered in April/May and another offered in August/September each year.
> Tim Carney
> Parkville, MD
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