Join us at Hitchcock Nature Center on Thursday, December 2nd at 3:00 p.m. for Building Better Birders: Guided Birding Hike & explore the Loess Hills & the birds that make their home there. This is a free program conducted by Kelly McKay with the BioEco Research and Monitoring Center with assistance from Mark Roberts from Clinton County Conservation and Brian Ritter with Nahant Marsh Education Center. Funding for this program is provided by the Resource Enhancement and Protection-Conservation Education Program.
This program is open to all ages but is geared toward participants age 12 & over. There is no cost to attend this workshop. Pre-registration is required as space is limited. For questions not answered online please call 712-545-3283.
This is the first of three Building Better Birders workshops scheduled for Thursday, December 2nd at Hitchcock Nature Center. You may register for as many workshops as you like.
3:00 to 4:30 p.m. - Guided Birding Hike
4:30 to 6:00 p.m. - Owl Prowl
6:30 to 8:00 p.m. - The Ultimate Winter Bird Survey, A Summary of the First-Ever Christmas Bird Count Marathon
Attendees may register for all programs or may select the ones that most interest them. Click the links above for more information on each workshop.
Building Better Birders is a programming series designed to improve the bird identification skills of local citizens & promote a greater interest in citizen science programming. Workshops are presented free of charge & supported by the Resource Enhancement and Protection - Conservation Education Program (REAP-CEP).
*In the event of cancellation due to inclement weather participants will be notified via the email address provided during registration.
Due to COVID-19, the format of this program may be adjusted. Please check back for updates.
This event is not pet-friendly, service animals are always welcome. Please meet at the Loess Hills Lodge. Weather Permitting.
Funding for this workshop was provided by the Resource Enhancement and Protection - Conservation Education Program (REAP-CEP)
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