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Birding 101: Tips for bird watching in Toronto

EVT379058

Thu Apr 11, 2019
6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
60 mins

Birding is fun, easy, and can be done anywhere - in your own backyard, or in a local park. Learn everything you need to know to get started, from choosing binoculars and field guides, to where and when to bird in your neighbourhood, and what birds you are likely to find in the city. Find out about clubs and field trips, birding ethics, and protection and conservation efforts.

Time for questions and answers. Handouts for participants.

Presented by Monika Croydon. Monika an avid birder and bird photographer, a member of the Toronto Ornithological Club and the Ontario Field Ornithologists. She is also a volunteer for FLAP (Fatal Light Awareness Program). Monika birds primarily in Toronto, and as familiar with good birding parks and other locations, and with the birds found there. She is pleased to share her experience with beginning birders, and uses her photos to illustrate the talk.

Audiences

Adult • School-Age Children • Teen

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