Audubon has a Birdability program about this subject. Salt Point in Lansing
is a registered Birdability site with accessible trails and good

Candace Cornell
Friends of Salt Point

On Sun, Sep 25, 2022 at 11:53 AM Carl Steckler <>

> For those who are mobility impaired birding has few choices and even fewer
> acceptable choices. I sincerely doubt that few of us (birders) would object
> to a birder  in a wheelchair, either pushed or electric. But what if you
> could walk, just not very far or very long?
> Would an electric scooter or some other evehicle be acceptable?
> As technology improves evehicles, whether two, three or four wheels,
> become more available and eco friendly.
> The question is as a birder is how acceptable are you in allowing those
> with mobility issues to take advantage of the emerging technology that is
> available?
> Simply put, how much are you willing to accommodate your fellow birders
> with disabilities?
> And hopefully a lively discussion ensues.
> Carl
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