Bird Watching 101

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Heroes Regional Park Library
Yucca Room

Event Details

A workshop for anyone interested in birds.   We’ll talk where you find them, how to identify them and what ones you are likely to see or hear around your house, your school or university, your workplace, etc.  Spring migration is good for bird finding, so…. we’ll have loaner binoculars for attendees to try out and—no guarantees on this!!... we’ll take everyone out of doors for a quick look in the bushes at and in the trees next door. Bring a hat, sunscreen, and water.

Our presenter for this program is  Karen LaFrance, Co-Chair and Coordinator, Sonoran Audubon Society based in Glendale.

Registration required!

This project is supported by the Arizona State Library, Archives & Public Records, a division of the Secretary of State, with federal funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

 All events at the Glendale Public Library are public, and participants may be photographed by the media and/or City staff for future print and/or online publication.

Event Type(s): Cultural Education, Full Steam Ahead, Science
Age Group(s): Adults
(623) 930-4438

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