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Birding 201

May 11 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm EDT

Seacoast Chapter Program

Wednesday, May 11

You know the basics, so let’s focus on taking things to the next level. This  interactive program by David Blezard will teach different tricks and tips, as we spend some time getting to know some of the more challenging groups of birds to identify within the northeastern US: sparrows, flycatchers, warblers, vireos, and more. Brush up your skills just in time for the spring migration.

Bio: David Blezard started birding in New Hampshire when he first took UNH’s Ornithology course 30 years ago. He then went on to be a teaching assistant for that course, became involved with the Seacoast Chapter of NH Audubon, and has given many talks about birds and birding since. David is the current President and Treasurer of the Seacoast Chapter.

Visit the Seacoast Chapter website for further details and to register for the free zoom talk.

Details

Date:
May 11
Time:
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm EDT
Event Category:

Venue

Seacoast Science Center
Odiorne State Park, Route 1A
Rye, NH United States

Organizer

Seacoast Chapter
Email:
mnutter@nhaudubon.org
View Organizer Website

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