Spring Bird School Classes 2022

The following classes were designed specifically to coincide with bird behavior observations in the field.  For example, March is territory month.  This is when many species are establishing their spot for the nesting cycle.  So, we will discuss the time-sensitive happenings in the classroom setting, then we will take to the field and find the actuality of what was discussed in class.  Both theory and field work will be included in the classes.


Time: 10:00 am-11:30 (Indoor/Outdoor)

March 23- Birding Basics: “A Bird In The Binoculars Is Better Than….”
March 30- Territory and Habitat: “Location, Location, Location.”
April 06-   Mating and Nesting: “Before, During and After.”
April 13-   Food, Foraging and Feeding Young: “May I See A Menu?”
April 20-   Verticality Within Habitats: “Where Am I Looking?”
April 27-   Song and Vocalizations: “Did You Hear That? What Was It?”

Cost:  Members $100    Non-members $125
# of Participants: 10 birders
Red Headed Woodpecker

199+ species of Birds spotted!

Some Birds you can see include:

  • Green-winged Teal (pictured)
  • American Black Duck
  • Double-crested Cormorant (pictured)
  • Ring-billed Gull
  • Northern Flicker

Eastern Bluebird