Summit Outdoor Adventure and Recreation
At Summit School we value our surrounding wilderness treasures and the benefits outdoor adventures provide to our students. Peer leadership, faculty involvement, personal challenge, and community friendships enhance our outdoor pursuits and adventures. Please take a moment to check out the fun excursions we have planned this year. We have many opportunities to explore and there is something for everyone! Registration is open for all trips today.
Date: Saturday, March 25, 2017
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Enrollment: JrK – 9th grade and Families
Description: Join Health Moir, the former Education Chair of the Forsyth Audubon Society and Summit 4th grade teacher, on a special bird walk at the Tanglewood’s Yadkin River Trail, a favorite spot for birders. The trail offers views of several different habitats, and thus, opportunity to see a variety of different birds. We are likely to see several different types of woodpeckers and nuthatches. We will check along the Yadkin River for the great blue herons that typically nest along the river. There is always a possibility of pine warblers, yellow-rumped warblers, and perhaps a barred owl. Bird walks are always full of surprises. This walk will be geared towards beginners. The trail is level and we will move at an easy pace. If you have binoculars, bring them. Wear comfortable shoes. Adult chaperones are required for kids 2nd grade and younger.
Details: Meet for the Bird walk at Tanglewood Park. Meeting point instructions will be described in confirmation email. If you have binoculars, please bring them.
Fee: $35 per family