Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 28, 2021

Audubon Virtual Birding Presentation 3/31/21 7p.m. ET / 4 p.m. PT

This month’s episode of I Saw a Bird, Wednesday, March 31 at 7 p.m. ET / 4 p.m. PT on Zoom and Facebook Live.

Spring is in the air and that means millions of birds are beginning their epic migratory journeys to nest and raise their young in the north. Founder of, Charlie Annenberg Weingarten, will kick things off with a look at their Sandhill Crane cam which lets viewers watch one of the most spectacular migrations in North America from the comfort of home. Then, we’re talking all about baby owls with Center Director, Katie Warner, and Education Manager, Laura VonMutius from the Center of Birds of Prey in Audubon Florida. Followed by a conversation with Audubon’s Senior Network Content Editor, Martha Harbison, and Avian Ecologist Joanna Wu, both members of The Galbatross Project, a team that got its start competing in the World Series of Birding by only counting female birds, and now spreads awareness about female birds to other birders. And finally, actor and writer Elena Passarello will join us to talk about the world’s oldest known wild bird, Wisdom, a Laysan Albatross who at 70-years-old hatched a new chick last month.

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