Spring Bird Quest: Wesley Hill Nature Preserve

Photo: Marie Read

Photo: Marie Read


8:00 AM (Rain date May 3)


Wesley Hill Nature Preserve – Town of Richmond


None required — free and open to the public.  The walks are free but donations are heartily welcomed.  We will be keeping a tally of bird species found on Land Trust properties throughout the month.  Please let us know if you would like to make a pledge per bird species found and we will let you know the total count once the numbers are in.  Contact us at info@fllt.org or by calling (607) 275-9487. General donations are welcome too.  Gifts can be made online – please click the box that says “This gift is in honor or memory of someone” and type in: Spring Bird Quest.


Come and visit the mature forests of Wesley Hill, our westernmost preserve, home to Briggs Gully and sweeping views of the hills surrounding Honeoye Lake’s southern end. Bring binoculars if you have them.  Beginning birders welcome!  Learn more about Spring Bird Quest here.


From Honeoye, take Rt. 20A east to East Lake Road. Follow East Lake Rd. south for a short distance and then turn left on County Rd. 33. Continue a short distance and turn right on Pinewood Hill Rd. Follow Pinewood Hill, then Gulick Road south toward Cumming Nature Center, for a total of 6.4 miles to preserve entrance, on right.  Get more preserve information.

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