Minnesota Has Lots of Bird Watching Opportunities [PODCAST] – WJON News

This week with Alyssa Hayes from Discover Minnesota we talked about their winter path report for cross nation snowboarding and snowmobiles, attempting new winter actions in Minnesota and hen watching.  Hayes says you’d discover the very best snowmobile groomed trails in northern Minnesota with greater than 22,000 miles of trails within the state.

Alyssa’s suggests individuals attempt a brand new winter exercise like an adventurous slide, downhill snowboarding, skijoring, winter biking, mountain climbing or winter tenting.  He says Minnesota additionally provides a number of the greatest canine sledding within the decrease 48.  Pay attention beneath.

The month of February is a good month for hen watching.  Alyssa says a variety of owl species are seen just like the snowy boreal, nice grey, nice horned, barred and northern hawk-owl.  She suggests studying extra about owls by the Worldwide Owl Middle.  Bald eagles are very simply seen in southeastern Minnesota this time of 12 months.  Alyssa suggests viewing the Eagle Cam on the DNR web site.

Study extra about these subjects and extra by going to exploreminnesota.com.  Alyssa joins me each different Thursday at 8:15 a.m. on WJON.

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