SELKIRK BIRD WATCHERS' CLUB
More than any other kind of wildlife, birds have an almost magical hold on the human imagination. They are beautiful, vibrantly alive and everywhere to be seen. Selkirk has a Bird Watchers Club.
The Club meets the first Wednesday of each month, October to April, at 7pm in the Gordon Howard Senior Centre at 384 Eveline St. Activities include guest speakers, field trips and the Annual Xmas bird Count, and, jointly with the city, maintaining the Community Trail in Selkirk Park.
These nature trails in Selkirk Park were developed by the Selkirk Bird Watcher's Club. The four trails are named after some of the birds which can be seen there, such as Chickadee, Blue Jay, Red Wing (Blackbird) and Mallard.
A few other birds to be seen in the park are Pileated Woodpecker, White Breasted Nuthatch, Yellow Warbler, and American Robin. Come join the Club and enjoy one of the fastest growing leisure time activities in North America. For addtional information please contact 338-0767.