Mass Audubon and Boston Parks and Recreation Department's first mutual bird walk is postponed today due to extreme cold.
The birds will be at Millennium Park today, but extreme cold has postponed the bird walk organized by Mass Audubon and the Boston Parks and Recreation Department. The West Roxbury Patch thermometer at 1 p.m. today lists the temperature as 10-degrees, which would be even colder atop Millennium Park. The bird walk was scheduled for 3:30 p.m. No future date has been set yet.
Holy Tufted Titmouse! Grab your binoculars and learn about birds in Millennium Park.
UPDATE 12:50 p.m.: Due to extreme cold the bird walk has been postponed by the Boston Parks and Recreation Department. On Wednesday, the Boston Parks and Recreation Department and Mass Audubon are hosting a free bird walk at Millennium Park. The focus will be on winter birds like tufted titmouses, cardinals, blue jays, woodpeckers, nuthatches, chickadees and more. "The bird walk at Millennium Park is a first for this department. We are grateful to Mass Audubon for conducting this walk in our park. Their partnership with the city of Boston is making this possible," said Jacquelyn Goddard, Dir. of External Affairs and Communications, for Boston's Parks and Rec Dept. Those interested can meet at the parking lot near the canoe launch at 3:30…