It’s A Walking Trip brought to you by Passport Radio and Wild Birds Unlimited Nature Shop

Join us on Saturday, July 23rd at Fort Hill.

The walk will start at 11am.  

Fort Hill is located at 400 Clifton Avenue in Frankfort. 

Come out and enjoy a leisurely, fun and educational stroll. Friends and families of all ages are invited!

Our leaders will be talking about trails in the area and other popular bird watching spots, as well as the history of Frankfort and our nature trails. 

Thanks to Wild Birds Unlimited Nature Shop of Frankfort for sponsoring Passport Radio’s Walking Trips!

https://frankfort.wbu.com | (502) 352-2891 | 1100 US 127 S, Frankfort, KY 40601

HOURS: Monday-Friday: 10am-6pm Saturday: 10am-5pm

cannabisphrog.com | (502) 598-3399

142 S Main St, Lawrenceburg, KY 40342

HOURS: Monday-Saturday: 10AM-6PM | Sunday: CLOSED

http://www.frankfort.ky.gov/216/Frankfort-Transit | (502) 875-8565

315 W. Second St, Frankfort, KY 40601

HOURS: Monday-Friday: 7am-4:30pm | Saturday-Sunday: CLOSED

fittimefrankfort.com | (502) 695-0705

102 Brighton Park Blvd, Frankfort, KY 40601

HOURS: Monday-Friday: 6AM-6:30PM | Saturday: 8AM-4PM | Sunday: CLOSED

Kristin Nelson of Wild Birds Unlimited and Chris Forsyth from Bluebirds of Central Kentucky (BOCK) from will be joining us on our first Walking Trip! Learn more about Kristin and Chris below.

Kristin Nelson

-Moved to KY in Nov. 2015 to open a new Wild Birds Unlimited in Frankfort.

-Background of study is Wildlife Management and Zoology

-Was a zookeeper before opening WBU

-I enjoy educating and helping people enjoy birds and nature. Show them that they
can enjoy all of this right in their own backyard!

-Before Covid, we tried to offer free monthly educational programs in the store on a
variety of topics. We are hoping to start this back up in the fall.

-I have been on the Frankfort Audubon board for almost 4 years.

Chris Forsynth

-Started Bluebirds of Central Kentucky (BOCK) and started the bluebird trail at West Sixth Farm.

-He has worked really hard setting up, maintaining, and educating our community about bluebird trails and cavity nesters.

-The Bluebirds of Central Kentucky website is www.bluebirdscky.com

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