Hawthorn Hollow has long been a destination for bird lovers in Southeastern Wisconsin. With our floodplain and upland forests, arboretum and meadow, and wildflower prairie areas, Hawthorn Hollow is a sanctuary for many species of birds during both the springtime migration period and throughout the nesting season.
We are proud to be partnered with Rick Fare of the Kenosha-Racine Audubon Society to offer a variety of classes for our birdlover friends of The Hollow.
2018 Birdlover Series Classes
hosted by Rick Fare (Click to Register)
Join Rick Fare and the Kenosha-Racine Hoy Adubon Society. Bird walks are complimentary! If you can, please register to help us know how many bird lovers to expect!
Instructor Bio – Rick Fare is a lifetime member of the Bluebird Restoration Association of Wisconsin (BRAW) and the Wisconsin Society for Ornithology (WSO). He is a past president of Hoy Audubon Society and currently Education Chair for that organization. He currently monitors three bluebird trails and has coordinated many others in Kenosha and Racine Counties.
Dates: Saturdays April 26th – May 17th