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Photo: Mick Thompson, Wood Duck
Fall Birds of Washington State (3 sessions)
Sept. 11, 18 & 25; Mondays, 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Ages 14 and up
Instructor: David Kaynor
Minimum registration: 5
A perfect class for the beginner- or intermediate-level birders!
Learn to identify over 205 fall bird species found in Washington. Include, identification of species, habitat and season, locations, and tools needed. Also presented are birding techniques and ethics.
The instructor, David Kaynor, is a member of the Washington Ornithological Society.
Required Materials: National Geographic Society Field Guide to North American Birds, 6th Edition.*
*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:
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.