This is a long-standing tradition to celebrate spring and the stunning Daniel Webster Wildlife Sanctuary. This festive celebration is fun for all ages, whether you’re interested in birds, bugs, plants or just enjoy being outdoors. The annual Walk for Wildlifeis a chance to honor the sanctuary, its inhabitants and history. This year the event is co-sponsored by the South Shore Bird Club, who generously offered to man stations along the trails so participants can learn about specific bird species that flourish on the sanctuary. South Shore Sanctuaries staff and volunteers will also provide opportunities for you to explore the lives and adaptations of many of the sanctuary’s non-avian inhabitants. Activities will includewatching osprey on their nesting platform through a spotting scope; using sweep nets to find katydids and grasshoppers; learning about grassland nesting birds such as bobolink and American kestrel; searching for water insects in the pond; and lots more.