CLASS: Birding by Ear with Nathanael (6 sessions, 2 field trips)

09/05/2017 06:30 PM - 10/24/2017 08:00 PM PT

Location

Adriana Hess Audubon Center
2917 Morrison Rd W
University Place, WA 98466
Room Number: Conference Room

Admission

  • $150.00  -  Tahoma Audubon member price
  • $175.00  -  Non-member participant

Description

Photo: Mick Thompson, Wood Duck

 

Birding by Ear with Nathanael (6 sessions, 2 field trips)

Sept. 5, 19, 26, Oct. 3, 17, 24; Tuesdays, 6:30 – 8 pm

Field trips: Sept. 9 & Oct. 14; Saturdays, 8 – 10 am, location TBD

Ages 14 and up

Instructor: Nathanael Swecker, board member of Tahoma Audubon Society

Minimum registration: 5

Maximum registration: 20

 

Spend time learning how to understand bird sounds both in the field and in the lab with great online techniques like Audio Spectrograms. Be prepared to engage your mind on a whole new level to learn and retain bird sounds like you've never done before.

Recommended reading is The Warbler Guide by Stephenson and Whittle.*

Expect to do some supplementary homework to get the most out of the class.

 

*Planning to purchase this book for your class? Tahoma Audubon encourages you to shop local or, if you’re shopping on Amazon, to support Tahoma Audubon by starting at https://smile.amazon.com and selecting Tahoma Audubon Society as the charity to receive a portion of your purchase price.

 

How to register: You can register:

  • Through this listing
  • By sending a check and attendee information to Tahoma Audubon (2917 Morrison Rd W, University Place, WA)
  • By calling Tahoma Audubon and paying by credit card between 10 am - 1 pm, Monday through Friday: 253-565-9278.
  • Or by visiting Tahoma Audubon between 10 am - 1 pm, Monday through Friday (2917 Morrison Rd W, University Place, WA)


Please note: Don’t wait to the last minute to register. If the minimum attendance of a class is not met two business days before the class starts, the class will be canceled and registrants will be refunded. 

 

Thank you for one class (or several)! Part of the registration fee for these spring classes goes to support Tahoma Audubon’s work and is our primary source of earned income.