Backyard Birding: Feeder Brids Workshop!

Can't skate? Downhill skiing or snowboarding not your speed? Birding could be the winter hobby for you!

 This workshop is a great opportunity for outdoor enthusiasts to get involved in a winter activity! On the chilliest of days this winter you will be able to witness the splendors of nature, even if you aren’t willing to leave the cozy warmth of your home. Birding can happen in all weather! 

This workshop will introduce the budding birder to the basics of bird watching, from how to use binoculars and understanding the details of a bird identification book, to learning bird calls and other identification skills. No experience is needed!

Where: Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre
When: Saturday, February 22, 2020 from 1:30pm-4:00pm
How much: SOLD OUT
Price includes admission to our interpretive centre and trails for the day before the workshop to bird!



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About the Instructor: 

Mak Soden is an avid birder from the Simcoe County/ Georgian Bay region. He has been birding every day for the last 8 years both at home in Simcoe and on trips around the world. Most recently, Mak has become more involved with the Wye Marsh coordinating summer camp and sharing his passion of birds with the next generation of birders. You can find Mak in his natural habitat on the boardwalk, wearing a pair of binoculars around his neck as he watches the blackbirds and sparrows forage through the cattails.

This Event has been Sponsored by Naturehood & Environment and Climate Change Canada.

Thank you!