Yellow Creek State Park will host a bird walk from 8 to 11 a.m. March 30 beginning at the park office.
Margaret Higbee and the Todd Bird Club will look for migrating waterfowl on Yellow Creek Lake.
Yellow Creek State Park is one of the top five birding destinations in the state, so participants can expect to see a variety of water birds. Meet at the park office and dress for the weather. Participants will drive to several locations near the lake for shore walks.
The Todd Bird Club will spend three hours but you may spend a shorter time.
This is a Friends of the Parks program.