Let’s slow down and take a look at how we learn birds and how we can go one step further, deepening our connection to not only birds but the places they (and we) call home.
For some, birding is an adventure to seek out and document as many bird species as possible. We chase, we check-off our lists, and we move on to to the next exciting sighting. Bird Diva, Bridget Butler, will introduce another birding approach that will help us slow down and develop a deeper connection to birds. Starting with the usual suspects in your backyard, Bridget will share how to read bird body language, how to listen beyond just birdsong, and how to discover your own sit-spot to achieve a more intimate look at the natural world.
This presentation is hosted by OLLI, the OSHER Lifelong Learning Institute of UVM. It will be located at the St. Albans Museum, on the third floor, corner of Church and Bishop Streets in St. Albans.
The lecture site is handicap accessible with parking available behind the museum.
Details available at: http://bit.ly/OLLIStAlbans