introduction to urban birdwatching november 5th

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introduction to urban birdwatching november 5th

35.00

Birding, the ultimate workout for the mind - from distinguishing patterns and markings to recognizing calls, from identifying trees and flora to describing location - all done in the fresh air of the outdoors.  Come see for yourself why Condé Nast Traveler touts bird-watching as one of the this year's biggest trends.

On this field trip, we'll learn how to properly use binoculars, employ various strategies for identification and have the chance to observe winter waterfowl, forest songbirds and local birds of prey (including resident Bald Eagles).

Binoculars, field guides and warm beverages provided.  

Kathryn Sechrist is a trained ornithologist, educator and naturalist at the Seward Park Audubon Center. Her love of feathered creatures began with her first pet bird in the fourth grade and is mesmerized by the song of the Swainson's Thrush.

illustration by Teagan White, photography Mick Thompson

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time:  Sunday November 5th  10:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

place: The Seward Park Audubon Center 5902 Lake Washington Blvd. S. map

Please dress for weather and easy hiking.  To ensure birding success, this field trip is weather-dependent and could be cancelled in the event of heavy rains or wind.

Payments for field trips and classes are non-refundable, though they may be transferred to another person (your new best friend!).  All sales are final.  If trip is cancelled due to instructor illness or lack of enrollment, full refunds will be issued.