Saturday, April 27, 2019
9:30 am - 11:30 am
Do you enjoy watching birds and often wish you could identify them and understand their behavior? During the course of a year in Wisconsin, over 300 species pay us a visit, many of them nesting here. This presentation is offered to help you improve your birding skills. It covers identification tips, morphology, and behavior of birds, with a focus on migration. Also covered are binocular basics and recommended birding resources. The best birding spots in Racine and Kenosha will also be discussed. You may bring your binoculars to learn proper eyepiece adjustment. Guide: Rick Fare
Cost is $5/person. You may pay below via PayPal or pay when you attend the class. To register, please call 262-681-8527 ext. 2# or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Rick Fare is a lifetime member of Bluebird Restoration Association of Wisconsin (BRAW), bluebird trail coordinator for Racine and Kenosha Counties, past president and current Education Chair for Hoy Audubon Society, and 2016 recipient of the Bronze Passenger Pigeon Award from the Wisconsin Society of Ornithology. Rick has been an active birdwatcher for over 35 years.