The Secret Life of Birds!- Live Online
with Linda Woodard
How do birds get ready for a season of having and raising young? Do they migrate to a new location? Do they change what they eat and how they look? How do you get ready for a season of new birds coming back from their winter home? What new tools are out there for you? Should you be adding new food resources? When do I take down the suet and put up the hummingbird feeder? All good questions we will explore together. Tuition includes a voucher for a free bird walk at Scarborough Marsh. Registration closes at noon the 1st day of class.
Note: Need to get comfy with online classes? For more info visit https://oobsaco.maineadulted.org/online-classes/
Linda Woodard, Director of the Scarborough Marsh Audubon Center for 30 years, is also the Program Coordinator for students grade 3 and up and leads professional development workshops for educators. She is a liaison to state, regional and national Environmental Education Associations and President of the New England Environmental Education Alliance. She is an adjunct professor at USM's Environmental Science and Policy Department and has received the Environmental Merit Award, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 2008 and Sphere of Influence Award, New England Women 1996. She spends most of her free time birding and enjoying nature.
Session 1: Mar 3rd, 2021
Wed for 1 week from 6:00 - 8:00 pm
only 2 seats left
For more info, call us at (207) 934-7922