Identifying and Enjoying Birds
This course will again be offered in the Spring of 2016, beginning Tuesday, April 4.
The course is offered through the Adult Learning Center of the Grand Forks Public Schools and will run for four weeks on Tuesday evenings, from 7-9 PM. Dave Lambeth is the instructor.
The course description is as follows:
Over 250 species of birds occur in our area each year. Learn how to find, identify, and enjoy many of these species. Using photos and video clips taken locally, this course will focus on particular groups of birds such as hawks, owls, waterfowl, warblers and sparrows. Bird photography and helpful Internet resources will be discussed.
Persons taking the course should obtain one of the recently published bird guides (choosing between the guides will be discussed at the first meeting), and also own a pair of binoculars (how to pick a pair will also be discussed.). Persons taking the course will be able to join field trips offered by the Grand Cities Bird Club.
To enroll in this course, visit the Adult Community Education Center at 500 Stanford Road, or call 795-2777 and ask for Lu.
To ask questions, please use our Contact Us form.
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