If you’re new to birding or an avid birder, the Making Bird Connections virtual lecture series has something for you. These free lectures start tonight and continue every Tuesday, except Election Day, through November 17.
Here are the topics that will be covered. If you want to participate in the question and answer sessions, register for the Zoom session. The links to register for each lecture are included below.
September 29—Living on the Wind: Fall Migration with Scott Weidensaul and Audubon’s Migratory Bird Initiative Director Jill Deppe (register)
October 6—Intro to Birding with Holly Merker and Audubon’s Governmental Affairs Coordinator Tykee James (register)
October 13—Birding by Ear with Tom Johnson and Audubon’s Climate Science Director Brooke Bateman (register)
October 20—Bird-friendly Communities with Jillian Bell and Audubon’s Plants for Birds Marlene Pantin (register)
October 27—Volunteering through the Lens with Jean Hall and Audubon Magazine’s Sabine Meyer (register)
November 3—No presentation
November 10—Indigenous Conservation: Boreal Birds in Canada with a special guest and Audubon’s Boreal Conservation Vice President Jeff Wells (register)
November 17—Tracking Seabirds with Don Lyons and Audubon’s Policy Analyst Charlotte Runzel (register)
The series is hosted by the Hog Island Audubon Camp in Bremen, Maine.