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March 23 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Led by Randy Little, Associate Naturalist
For beginners and those with some experience, this birding-by-song series will improve your bird identification skills. More often than not, birds are heard before they are seen (if seen at all!) Learning their songs will add another dimension to your birdwatching. Randy Little is a former NJA board member and long-time NJA volunteer. Randy learned birding as a youngster under the wings of the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology’s founders and is a master at recording bird songs for the Cornell Lab.
This series will begin Thursday March 2 and continue every Thursday evening until April 6. March 2 & 9 classes will cover the winter resident birds, March 16 & 23 classes will cover the early migrant birds, and March 30 & April 6 classes will cover the summer resident birds. After the end of the series participants may join Randy for a free, outdoor, “practical hands-on” Learning the Birds by Song walk at the Sanctuary.
COST PER CLASS: $10 members, $15 nonmembers.
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- This class will be held in-person at Scherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary.
- Registration and fee are per class.
- You must pre-register for each class you wish to attend.
- One person per ticket.
- Ticket sales ends at 4:00 PM on the day before each class.