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April 22, 2023 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

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Every Bird Counts: Community Science

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Millions of observations made by community scientists in the past few years have greatly expanded our understanding of bird migration. This class provides a more detailed picture than ever before about where and when birds migrate and the geographic and atmospheric conditions that influence their flights. Join the community science brigade and learn how to contribute to this research that supports global conservation efforts for birds that live in and travel along the eastern seaboard.

This program takes place in-person (at Mt. Cuba Center) Saturday, April 22, 2023

About the Instructor:
Holly is an avid birder, educator, writer, and lecturer, who has a passion for bird conservation. She is an instructor for National Audubon and the American Birding Association and is the lead data reviewer for eBird in Pennsylvania. Holly believes in the powerful benefits nature holds for our wellbeing and is lead author on a book on the subject, aptly called Ornitherapy: For Your Mind, Body, and Soul, guiding readers into deeper connections to the birds around them.

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