Bunny Quest at Bird Park
Spring has sprung at Bird Park! The birds are busy building nests, the spring peepers are 'peeping' by the pond, the tree buds are beginning to burst, and the resident cottontail bunnies can be seen hopping around the park!
|Dates:||Wednesday, March 18, 2020 - Monday, April 20, 2020|
|Hours:||dawn - dusk|
|Category:||Nature & Outdoors|
To celebrate this exciting time in nature and at the park, we invite you to participate in our Spring Bunny Quest! For this self-guided adventure, all you need are some good walking shoes and a keen eye to spot the six wooden bunny sculptures hidden throughout the park.
Each bunny is decorated with a different color (orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, and pink). You don't have to find all six at once — you can explore the park in search of the bunnies (both real and fake) as many times as you like!
This is a safe activity for social distancing! If you need to know the location of the bunnies, there are marked maps in the park's information kiosks.
Registration not required. Questions? Membership? Please contact Maura ([email protected]; 508-668-6136).
Polley Lane, East Walpole, MA map
Francis William Bird Park, East Walpole.
Largest Parking Lot at Polley Lane (use “135 Polley Lane” for GPS).
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