Woodpeckers are like the percussionists of the forest. Akin to the drummer in a band, they can often be overlooked when flashy lead singers like thrushes and sparrows take the springtime stage. However, woodpeckers deserve their own solo, and have unique ways of moving, eating, and communicating that set them apart from other birds. In this program, you will learn some fascinating science about woodpecker brains, tongues, and feathers, and what you can do to help conserve these curious creatures. Most of our New England woodpecker species are around all year, so you can enjoy their quirky habits no matter the season.
Interested in learning more? Join us for one, some, or all: this program is one part of a 7-session Wonders of Spring Series - online. You do not need to register for other sessions, or the full series, to enjoy this one. However, by registering for the series before March 28, 2023, you'll get access to all 7 sessions for the price of 6. (March 28: Frog and Salamander Migration, April 11: Bud Burst, April 25 - Early Spring Wildflowers, May 2: Fantastic Ferns, May 16: Singing Frogs, May 30: Woodpeckers, June 13: Fireflies)
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.