CLASS: Beginning Birding (3 sessions, 2 field trips)

10/23/2017 06:30 PM - 11/06/2017 08:30 PM PT

Location

Tacoma Nature Center
1919 S Tyler St
Tacoma, WA 98405
Room Number: Auditorium

Admission

  • $60.00  -  Tahoma Audubon member price
  • $75.00  -  Non-member participant

Description

Photo: Mick Thompson, Wood Duck

 

Fall Birds of Washington State (3 sessions)

Oct. 23, Oct. 30 & Nov. 6; Mondays, 6:30 – 8:30 pm

Field trips: Oct. 28 & Nov. 4; Saturdays, 8:30 am – noon, location TBD

Ages 18 and up

Instructor: Mike Walker, retired wildlife biologist and certified teacher

Minimum registration: 5

 

Do you want to identify the birds in your yard? Are you still trying to sort out all those ducks on the water? Are you interested in learning skills to identify birds on your own?

Then this is the class for you!

The class will look at the Who, What, Where, When, How and Why of bird-watching.

The class is taught by Mike Walker, a retired wildlife biologist and certified teacher. Designed for beginners, this class meets at the Tacoma Nature Center and includes two local field trips on Saturdays, October 28 and November 4, 8:30am to approximately noon. Transportation not included.

If participants have their own binoculars, please bring them to the first class night.

 

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.