Eggers Grove is a 240 acre wet woodland just west of the Indiana border. Rare wetland species have been seen here in recent years including Yellow-headed Blackbird, Common Gallinule, Yellow-crowned Night Heron, Least Bittern, and Virginia Rail.
We will also search the woods for late migrants and breeding warblers. Monk Parakeets, Red-headed Woodpeckers, Red-shouldered Hawk, Hooded Warbler, and Nothern Mockingbird are other possibilities. Trails can get wet so bring boots.
Meet at Eggers Grove's southernmost parking lot at 7:30 am.
For questions or directions, contact Andrew at email@example.com