Beginning Bird Identification
Wisconsin is fortunate to have beautiful birds. If you’ve been wanting to learn more about birds native to the Eau Claire area, this beginning bird identification is a combo seminar and field excursion class. Learn about song, habitat, geography and more.
|Categories||Youth and Community Programs | Community Classes for Adults|
|Series||Community Classes for Adults|
Saturday, March 16, 2019
101 Roosevelt Avenue
March 16, 2019 through May 18, 2019
Classes will be held on the following Saturdays from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m.
March 16 on UWEC Campus in Phillips 365.
Who Should Attend
People interested in learning more about the birds of Wisconsin.
Learn about birds
Over the years, bird watching has evolved from an ornithological endeavor to an enjoyable recreational pursuit that can be enjoyed by anyone who wants to learn more about the natural world around us. By the end of this class, you’ll be able to grasp the fundamentals of identifying birds and be able to put your new skills to use in the outdoors.
Through classroom learning and field excursions, you’ll discover the amazing diversity of birds that the Chippewa Valley has to offer. Each of the three field outings will focus on a separate bird population specific to the Chippewa Valley area: winter and permanent resident birds, migrant waterfowl, and summer resident songbirds. Please be aware that outings may require walking moderate distances on uneven surfaces.
You will learn about:
- song awareness