Baltimore Avenue Curiosity Tour

Proposal 01 – The William Bartram Center for Schuykill River Birding

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Baltimore Avenue and Woodland Avenue

"Mile for mile, the Schuylkill and Delaware rivers may be the most important waterways in the history of American bird study."

A large variety of ducks can be found, including Northern Shoveler, Gadwall, American Wigeon, Redhead, Ring-Necked Duck and Ruddy Duck.

Visitors will be looking for information on birding for waterfowl and may express an interest in environmental activism, composting, low-grade monkey-wrenching, and geriatric eco-terrorism.


 
 

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