Date(s) - Saturday April 20th, 2019
8:00 am - 11:00 am
Wells Reserve at Laudholm
Wells Reserve & York County Audubon Society
Are you curious about the lives of the birds around you? Have you ever wondered what they eat, where they rest at night or what they’re saying? This half-day field workshop blends a little bit of bird identification with seeking out bird tracks & sign, interpreting their sounds and understanding their lives. Spend the morning with bird language expert & wildlife tracker Dan Gardoqui to gain a deeper connection to the birds. Participants should be dressed to be outdoors for the entire 3 hours – regardless of temperature. Dress in layers. Bring snacks and a drink. For Adults & Interested Teens. Group size limited to 15 people and advance registration is required.
Note that this same workshop is also being offered on Sunday, May 5th.
3-hour Program: 8am-11am
Fee: $20/ person ($25/person for non-members), payable by cash or check at the workshop. Participants who are members of either YCA, Maine Audubon or the Wells Reserve qualify for the member price.