The dark, cold, quiet days of winter are full of wonderful avian surprises. In this three-session class, you’ll learn about the large flocks of little birds that can be found on agricultural fields and at our backyard feeders; the large flocks of big birds that spend the winter on Lake Champlain; and the even larger and sometimes fierce birds that prey on all the littler ones during the cold winter months. There will be an optional weekend field trip.
Vermont's Winter Birds
- Day: Tuesday
First Class: January 12th
Last Class: January 26th
Time: 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Location: Room 514
Instructor: Maeve Kim - firstname.lastname@example.org
Maeve has been leading bird walks for twenty years and teaching birding classes for three years. She’s been a featured speaker at events held by Green Mountain Audubon, Rutland Audubon and the Mad Birders Club. In addition, Maeve has published several articles about birding, most recently feature articles in the summer 2012 and spring 2015 issues of BirdWatching magazine. Here are a few comments from class participants: Your enthusiasm and knowledge are fascinating, contagious, and encouraging - What a delight your class is. You are such a fount of knowledge and anecdotes. - I have never known time pass so quickly!