Program Details

Winter Backyard Birds – FOR FAMILIES!

Saturday, February 16, 2019

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

 

For ages 8 & up with accompanying adult.

From yellow-bellied sapsuckers to Carolina chickadees, learn to identify common winter birds by sight and sound. We’ll visit our bird-feeding station for up-close encounters, learn how to be a citizen scientist, and take home a feeder and identification chart to common NC feeder birds.

Fee: $12 ($10 Members); no fee for accompanying adult

 

Spaces Remaining: 10

 



Location

North Carolina Botanical Garden

100 Old Mason Farm Road
Chapel Hill, NC 27517

 

Growing Classroom (C110)




Program Instructor

Mike Dunn is the NCBG Natural Science Educator. He has worked for 32 years with the State of North Carolina as a naturalist/educator – 8 years with the NC Division of Parks and Recreation and 24 years with the NC Museum of Natural Sciences. Mike has designed and conducted hundreds of workshops on natural history, throughout the state and beyond, on subjects ranging from wildlife to wildflowers. He is also an avid nature photographer and writes a blog about the natural wonders that surround us – see https://roadsendnaturalist.com/.



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