Today’s Events

  • March 30, 2015 – Bird Watching Trek at Old Cedar Avenue Bridge
    8:00 am, Field Trip

MRVAC Programs

March 26: Birds of Texas from Laura’s Big Year by Laura Erickson, author & speaker

April 23: Non-Feathered Reptiles of Minnesota by John Moriarty, Senior Manager of Wildlife, Three Rivers Park District

  • ~ March 30, 2015. 8:00 am. Field Trip: Bird Watching Trek at Old Cedar Avenue Bridge
  • ~ April 2, 2015. All Day Event. Field Trip: Ramsey County Birding Day
  • ~ April 5, 2015. 3:00 pm. Family Outing: Call of the Wild Film Fest at the Refuge
  • ~ April 11, 2015. 8:00 am. Field Trip: Bird Watching Trek at Rapids Lake Unit
  • ~ April 12, 2015. 3:00 pm. Family Outing: Call of the Wild Film Fest at the Refuge
  • ~ April 16, 2015. All Day Event. Road Trip: Central Minnesota Birding Days, April 16 & 17
  • ~ April 17, 2015. All Day Event. Road Trip: Food & Farms Weekend: April 17-19
  • ~ April 18, 2015. 9:00 am. Family Outing: Bird Banding Programs at Carver Park Reserve
  • ~ April 19, 2015. 8:00 am. Field Trip: Bird Watching Trek at Rapids Lake Unit
  • ~ April 19, 2015. 3:00 pm. Family Outing: Call of the Wild Film Fest at the Refuge
  • ~ April 25, 2015. All Day Event. Road Trip: Salt Lake Birding Weekend, 2015
  • ~ April 26, 2015. 3:00 pm. Family Outing: Call of the Wild Film Fest at the Refuge
  • ~ April 27, 2015. 6:30 pm. Workshop: Beginning Birding Class
  • ~ May 9, 2015. All Day Event. Field Trip: Wood Lake Nature Center Birdathon: May 9
  • ~ May 16, 2015. 9:00 am. Family Outing: Bird Banding Programs at Carver Park Reserve

Purgatory Creek Park in Eden Prairie

Wednesday, April 25, 2012 at 6:30 pm until dusk

George Skinner, Anne Hanley 952-936-0811

This Eden Prairie park, just north of the Flagship Athletic Club and across the street from the SW Transit center, often has some interesting birds in or near the pond. We’ll hike around the north side of the lake to the blind on the west side of the lake if time permits. The types of birds found varies with the water levels. Let’s see if the Caspian Terns are back.