Posted by: Sandy Steinman | October 12, 2022

Virtual Birding Festival Talks

Don’t Miss Out! Virtual Point Reyes Birding & Nature Festival’s Talks Expire December 31st

With cooler and longer nights of autumn, it’s just the right time to cozy up with a warm beverage and catch up on some of the Point Reyes Birding & Nature Festival’s amazing online programming before it expires on December 31st!

Our online presentations include an amazing line up of speakers on a variety of topics, including:

  • Sharks of California with David McGuire
  • Sea Turtles to Sidewinders: Reptiles & Amphibians of the American West with Erin Westeen & José Gabriel Martínez-Fonseca
  • The Road to Fox Hollow: Discovering Our Foxy Neighbors with Bill Leikam
  • The Curious Lives of Backyard Birds: A Conversation with Award-Winning Author Amy Tan & Festival Co-Founder David Wimpfheimer
  • Beaver in California: Creating A Culture of Stewardship with Kate Lundquist of Occidential Arts and Ecology Center
  • The Bald Eagle: The Improbable Journey of America’s Bird with Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author Jack E. Davis & Point Reyes Books
  • Let’s Get Batty: A Look at Western Bat Species with Dr. Brian Halstead
  • A Look Into Baja California’s Natural Protected Areas with Claudia Guzmán Rubio, Community Engagement Coordinator for Terra Peninsular

Don’t miss out, online access to these amazing webinars end on December 31st.  Purchased Your Virtual Pass?  If you purchased a pass when you attended the festival, you received an email from us in May with a special discount code to access the videos.

Need to Purchase a Virtual Pass?  Virtual Passes will be available for purchase for $40 through December. Online viewing access ends on December 31st.

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