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Month Flat Week Day
Date: Tuesday, October 05, 2021 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Categories: Wildlife Virtual Events
Location: Online via zoom

The Vancouver Audubon Society presents Demystifying Shorebird Identification with Jim Danzenbaker.

When you locate shorebirds, do you feel the need to run away because you can't identify them? Do you watch them for a while and realize that you'll never know what they are? This presentation will help demystify some of the identification challenges associated with shorebirds. To help increase our knowledge of shorebirds, we'll look at:

  • Bill shape
  • Plumage
  • Behavior
  • Habitat
  • eBird data
We'll concentrate on shorebirds found in Clark and neighboring counties but may include a few from other spots in Washington. Jim has given shorebird identification workshops and led shorebird field trips in San Diego, the Rio Grande Valley of Texas and Ocean Shores, WA. He currently lives in Battle Ground, WA.

Contact Don Rose for more information or to get a Zoom link: [email protected]

Programs are currently scheduled as virtual events through Zoom. All are welcome!

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