Seminar Series: Intermediate Birding
May 13 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Intermediate Birding will expand upon the basics learned in the Birding 101 seminar, with more detailed information about how, when, and where to find birds, and delving into species identifications. Participants will learn about the most common bird families found in Michigan, key identifying features to look for on a bird, and how to use field guides or apps to improve your birding experience.
Linnea is the Conservation Program Coordinator for Michigan Audubon, overseeing the Mi Bird-friendly Communities program, habitat management at Michigan Audubon’s bird sanctuaries, and other conservation issues and opportunities. Linnea has been birding since she was a child (with her parents), and developed an expertise in bird identification by sight and sound through a series of field ornithology jobs as a young adult, spending time in various ecosystems and habitats across North America.
This event is part of the Michigan Audubon Seminar Series. Seminars are free and open to the public. Sessions take place on the second Monday of each month from 7 – 8 p.m. at the Michigan Audubon office located at 2310 Science Parkway, Suite 200, Okemos, MI 48864.