Virtual Event: Florida Birding 101: How to Study Birds
Things To Know
Join us for an inspirational and joyful introduction to the birds that surround us. Learn more about the lives of birds in Florida, practice your skills in the wonderful spots around the Gardens, and learn how you can help birds on their journeys.
Learn more about the following topics: Avian Science, Citizen Science, Creating a bird sanctuary of any size and the Marvelous Birds of Florida 41-50.
Event Date & Time
Monday, November 9, 2020
6:00 p.m. to 7:15 p.m.
$10 for members
$15 for non-members
Please note: Each Birding 101 class is a separate fee and requires registration.
Requires reservation for members and purchase for non-members.
Zoom login instructions will be emailed to you
Class is limited to 99 participants
About the instructor:
Anna Clarke has been a birder for more than 20 years. She has worked on multiple avian research projects ranging from banding migratory birds in Missouri, counting waterbirds on the San Francisco Baylands and night time bird surveys here in Florida. An educator and conservationist she is inspired by the peace and joy her students find in the wilderness and parks of Central Florida.