Bird Watching Workshop 102: Tech Tools and Field Notes

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Caw! Chirp. Sing. Cluck.

There are as many sounds to describe the crowing of birds as there are bird species themselves. This Dabble class celebrates our friends in high places with a zany look into the lives of all things aviary.

Bring your little chicks or come by yourself for a family-friendly bird watching adventure. Expand your bird identification abilities with the help of tech devices and apps. Learn how your smart phone or tablet can help identify species and document your avian sighting.

Materials to bring

Bring your device and download apps at the class (not required)

What will be provided

All materials will be provided

Student Reviews

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    Havalah G.
    Bird Watching Workshop 102: Tech Tools and Field Notes

    It was just nice to be around people who love birds. We did spot a few green herons and got to watch one eat a fish! I learned new techniques for spotting and identifying birds, and am excited for my next birding adventure!

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    Vanesa T.
    Bird Watching Workshop 102: Tech Tools and Field Notes

    I loved the class. All instruction was easy to follow, patient, and really helped us make the most out of our limited time by giving a really good intro. Added bonus: we even got to paint our own bird feeders (+seeds)!

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Laura Saletta has been with the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum for over five years. She started as a multi-departmental volunteer, and later became part of the staff as a public programs educator. Laura’s life-long love of all animals has led her to develop family workshops that highlight the joys of nature watching for beginners. Her hope is to inspire the casual observer to appreciate all wildlife.

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