Morris Arboretum’s natural areas include wetlands, meadows, and the woodlands along the Wissahickon Creek. These areas provide a great habitat for a wide variety of birds year-round. There are resident birds, as well as migrating raptors and warblers to see. Additionally, Out on a Limb gives you a chance to look for birds on the tree canopy: a great vantage point for viewing birds at treetop level.
There are a number of bird watching classes that appeal to beginners and experts alike, offered through our Education department. See our current offerings.
The main entrance to the Arboretum will be OPEN during scheduled road construction on Northwestern Avenue. Please follow posted detour routes.
Regular access will resume on weekends.