Posted by: Sandy Steinman | August 29, 2011

Fall Birding Classes At Albany Adult School

Audubon Studies is offering to two fall birding classes at the Albany Adult School

Beginning Birdwatching
Fall migrants arrive by the tens of thousands in the Bay Area! Begin birding with the easiest-to-see birds! Learn about identification, local habits, binoculars, and field guides. (Four classes 9/14, 9/21, 9/28, 10/5 & Four Sunday Field Trips starting 9/18, 9/25, 10/2,10/9) Section 400000 Beg. Bird $100 WED 7:00-8:30 PM Hoff 110 AHS

This four-week course will cover shorebirds worldwide, with an emphasis on those found in California. Subjects include taxonomy, identification, feeding behavior, migration and reproductive strategies. The fall is migration time, so field trips after each of the four lectures will reinforce subjects covered in class. Field trips will be announced for the Saturday and Sunday following each lecture. (Four classes, starting September 14) Section 400100 Shorebirds $100 WED 7:00-8:30 PM Lewis/Scalf 201 AHS  (editors note: I have taken two classes with these instructors and give them a big thumbs up)

Enrollment opened today. Contact Albany Adult School

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