Heritage hike is for the birds
Eating out of their hands: human bird feeders had plenty of action during our April 1 hike on the Bird Song trail at Mendon Ponds. (Photos by Gary Fallesen)
No fooling, more than two dozen people attended the second Climbing For Christ/Heritage hike at Mendon Ponds Park on a cold, rainy April 1st. Event organizer Diane Sturmer noted that hikers came from Buffalo and all around Rochester, even though the weather was for the birds.
“Out on the trail many enjoyed the chickadees landing on their hands to enjoy some food,” Diane reported. “New friendships formed and old friendships were renewed.
“Larry and David Mills (from the Buffalo area) shared their gifts of music with us and Gary shared stories of hope (from C4C’s Pakistan Project 8:36).”
Chad, above, and Lisa, below, making some feathered friends.
David, with guitar, and Larry, left, lead the group in songs of praise in the Mendon Ponds Nature Center after hiking.
A bird in the hand, above, and a cardinal in tree, below.
The next Heritage hike is the annual Adirondack Adventure, scheduled Tuesday, Oct. 10 at Moss Lake.