Have you always wanted to learn
about birding but never found the time?
Here is your opportunity. The
course is designed for beginning- and intermediate-level birders. In the first session, we’ll discuss birds and
their identification, songs, habitat preferences, and the use of optics in
birding. In the following sessions, we’ll practice birding techniques and bird
song identification. This involves
moderate walking. If it rains, the class
will be held indoors.
LIMITED REGISTRATION: 12
Neumuth, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, private practice 1970-2005;
has led field trips for the Trustees of the Reservations (now simply the
Trustees), Massachusetts Audubon, and the Berkshires Natural Resources Council;
has formerly conducted breeding bird surveys for the Dept. of the Interior,
former compiler of the Central Berkshire Christmas Bird Count and past
president of the Hoffmann Bird Club; frequent OLLI instructor.
Please note this course begins later in the semester and continues into May.
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