Birding 101 is a month-long workshop tailored for beginning birders. Taught by local birding experts, the course combines classroom sessions and field trips to teach everything from bird ID to field etiquette to birding techniques.
Classroom sessions are held on four consecutive Thursday evenings (7-9 pm) beginning in April. An impressive collection of images and recordings, many captured by the instructors, enhance these sessions. To reinforce in-class learning, field trips are held at various locations around the Panhandle from roughly 7am-12pm on corresponding Saturdays. All field trips are held outdoors and focus on exploring a variety of habitats to observe the bird species found in each.
Registration is required, class size is limited to 20 participants. The course is open to adults and children 15 years and older.
Questions about Birding 101?
Call 681-252-1387, or email us at Info@PotomacAudubon.org
The 2018 Birding 101 class.