Expert birders identify most birds in any habitat using song identification. Some birds can only be safely identified by voice. You can learn to identify bird songs too!
Join in our spring series of online workshops via zoom designed to improve your skills at the identification of common bird songs in the prairie provinces. Our workshops are arranged by habitat. Each one will focus on a small group of songbirds found in a given habitat at a particular time of year. Bonus: Following each workshop, there will be an optional 1-hour outdoor morning or evening field trip a day or 2 later for participants near Saskatoon. Out of town participants are welcome to participate in only the online sessions.
Target Species: Pied-billed, Horned, Red-necked and Eared Grebes; American Coot; Killdeer; Willet; Lesser and Greater Yellowlegs; Bonaparte’s, Franklin’s and Ring-billed Gulls; Black, Common and Forster’s Terns; Purple Martin; Tree and Barn Swallows; Song Sparrow; Red-winged and Yellow-headed Blackbirds; Common Yellowthroat.
Masks required to be worn during the walk. Number of Participants on walk restricted by Saskatchewan Covid Regulations for outdoor groups.
How to get tickets?
Email email@example.com or phone 306-652-5975 and provide your email address and phone number. Please indicate whether you plan to attend the optional outdoor sessions in Saskatoon. Payment may be made by etransfer payable to Living Sky Wildlife Rehabilitation and emailed to LSWR@sasktel.net
WHEN & WHERE
Date & Time:
Online Workshop | Saturday, May 15, 2021 | 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm.
Outdoor Workshop | Donna Birkmeier Park | Monday, May 17, 2021 | 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM