Friday, May 11, 2018

APPALACHIAN BIRDING BY EAR with Michael Lanzone - May 25 & 26

With its many forested ridges, hemlock glens, marshes, streams, bogs and grasslands, one of the premier places to hear a diversity of bird songs in a concentrated area is the ridge and valley region of Pennsylvania. With over 25 species of breeding warblers, you will not want to miss this special, out-of-the-area trip! (meets in Shippensburg, PA). We will plan to begin early for dawn chorus, have lunch in the field, and end by late afternoon each day. This workshop is entirely in the field and, yes, we will also get crushing looks birds like Canada, Cerulean, Blackburnian, Hooded, Chestnut-sided, and Black-throated Blue Warblers, and MANY more, over 100 other species to be heard or seen. Some of the areas have so many warblers singing and visible you will think you’re at a fallout during migration, but all breeding plumaged birds! We will work on improving your birding by ear skills and also have plenty of time to get great looks and do some photography for those interested. Join Michael Lanzone, CEO of Cellular Tracking Technologies, on this incredible Cape May School of Birding Workshop!!! 

Register now at: Cape May School of Birding

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