The 29th edition of the famous Audubon Birding Course will be held on three consecutive Sundays – September 27, October 4 and October 11. Each class consists of a casual classroom session, followed by a field trip to a nearby birding hotspot.
Through discussions, visual and audio presentations and field observations, the course will particularly focus on sharpening identification skills. But the course will offer much more than that. When, where and how to find birds in our area is also prioritized. Other course topics will include migration, bird abundance and distribution, habitat, conservation, local hotspots, and birding equipment and resources. The setting is informal and questions are encouraged.
This course is geared towards all birding levels. While mid-level birders will likely gain the most from this course, most birders, beginners and experienced alike, will find that this course will help hone their ID skills and add to their knowledge of local birds.
Registration is limited to 25 people, so don’t delay. All the details are on our calendar.