St. Louis Audubon Society Beginner Bird Walk on the Busch Greenway
September 15th 8:00 am - 10:00 am
Join the St. Louis Audubon Society for a beginner bird walk along the Busch Greenway! Bring the whole family and learn from the experts as we explore this beautiful natural area. No bird is too common on these walks, the pace is easy and the terrain will be mostly flat. Bring your binoculars if you have them; loaners will be available. Please wear comfortable shoes and dress for warm weather.
If we need to cancel due to rain, we will notify you by email and post on the St. Louis Audubon Society Facebook Page.
The walks are free, but we are asking folks to sign up in advance so we can plan accordingly and contact you should anything change!
To get to Busch Greenway-Duckett Creek access, you can take either MO-94 west from Interstate 364 or Interstate 64/U.S. Hwy 40 to the MO-94 exit and go west to Missouri Research Park Drive. There is NO traffic light and you can only turn left off of MO-94. Follow The Research Park Drive thru the industrial park until you see a sign that says: DUCKETT CREEK SANITARY DISTRICT on the left side of the road past a stop sign. Turn left and follow to bottom of hill where the trail starts. There is ample parking. PLEASE NOTE: There are no restrooms at this location.
Meet at the Duckett Creek Trailhead in Missouri Research Park.Get Directions
Take the greenway! You can park at either of the Chesterfield outlet malls and follow the Monarch Chesterfield Levee and ride across the Boone Bridge to the Katy Trail; head west on the Katy to connect to the Busch Greenway. Ride approximately .75 mile to the Duckett Creek Trailhead! You can also park and at any of the Busch Greenway Trail heads and ride to Duckett Creek. Find one here.
Not accessible via Bus
Not accessible via MetroLink
There is ample parking at the trailhead.