Birding 101: Build your birding knowledge from the ground up
Registration will open to MAS Members on March 11
If you love all things nature and want to get to know the birds you'll find in and around Madison, this class is for you. This is a three-part session with both classroom and field-based learning, and geared toward adults. Each day involves a slightly more advanced set of skills and information, but this course is intended for entry-level birders. Please bring binoculars, if possible, as well as a small notebook and pencil for taking notes. This is a judgement-free bird learning experience; join us!
Each class period will involve about 1 hour of indoor classroom learning (which may run slightly late, depending on the number of questions), and 1 hour of outdoor birding (which may run slightly late, depending on the birding). Know that you are welcome to stay for as long as the birding is good, but the official class period is 8-10am.
Dates: Saturdays, April 20, April 27, and May 4
Time: 8:00-10:00 a.m.
Location: UW Arboretum (1207 Seminole Highway, Madison)
Registration fee: $20.00 per person
Taught by: Chuck Henrikson and Abe Lenoch
Registration opens March 11 to MAS members
Remaining spots open for public registration March 25
Co-hosted by the UW Arboretum
Cover photo by Pat Ready