There are some birds that scream for attention, like Northern Cardinals and Baltimore Orioles. Sparrows are not that kind of bird. More subtle, nuanced, and commonly referred to as 'little brown jobs' (LBJs) on account of their challenging identification, sparrows run around, eat seeds, and try to stay out of trouble. Tackling sparrow identification can take your birding skills to a whole new level. This online presentation covers sparrow migration timing, and identification tips and pitfalls. With Autumn as the best time to study these birds, this presentation will get you ready just in time for your fall birding adventures.
Meet your presenters:
Kathy Seymour, bird and nature lover who has been leading bird trips, teaching classes, and conducting bird banding research at Drumlin Farm for over fifteen years.
Jane Sender, an avid birder who enjoys teaching others about birds and co-leading bird trips with Kathy for Drumlin Farm.
You will receive the Microsoft Teams Link to log into the program in your confirmation. An email reminder will also be sent to you 24 hours before program start.