Bird Language Lessons

Program is Full
The sound of spring birds may be music to your ears, but do you know the messages behind the melodies? From predicting when a hawk is about to fly overhead to finding a warbler hidden in the bushes, learn the secret language of birds in this “ears-on” class that will teach you the behavior behind the calls, and how to ID them by sound. The first part of the workshop will explore bird behavior, followed by a hike, where we will practice listening techniques and discover what birds we can find by using only our ears. Dress for extended activities outdoors.

Note:

Dress for extended activities outdoors. This program is weather-dependent. Please check the event page for updates before heading out.
Meet at Baintertown Park Shelter in the River Preserve County Park
Hiking boots and weather-ready layers recommended.

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Online Registration Yes
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Enrollment End Date 4/20/2024
Instructor(s)
Annie & Sarah
Gender Any Gender
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Maximum 15
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Age Minimum 8
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Residency Restriction -None-
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Amount $0.00
Sunday - 04/21/2024
Start Time 1:00 PM
End Time 3:00 PM
Location Baintertown Shelter