Travel around the world learning about birds and other amazing animals from the comfort of your home. Immerse yourself in the incredible and diverse bird life found in Central Asia, Central America, and South America. Each of these areas support rich avian biodiversity, many species of which are endemic.
Over four weeks, Mass Audubon will take you on a virtual tour of these iconic destinations and the fascinating birdlife found there.
Tuesday, November 30 - Colombia with Elissa Landre, Community Advocacy and Engagement Manager for Mass Audubon, is an ornithologist who has led natural history tours and done volunteer service work in many parts of the world.
Tuesday, December 7 - Mongolia with Chris Leahy, author, artist, Mass Audubon Bertrand Chair Emeritus, who first visited Mongolia in 1982 and has been making almost annual visits since 1994.
Tuesday, December 14 - Galápagos Islands with Scott Santino, Teacher Naturalist, led trips to the Galápagos to interpret the islands birdlife in 2018 and 2019.
Tuesday, December 21 - Costa Rica with David Moon, Environmental Educator, has taught tropical ecology in Costa Rica regularly since 1991, beginning with a Costa Rican non-profit, as well as ongoing classes for Franklin Pierce University.
Join us for one, some or all!
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.