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Introduction to Bird Watching G

When: April 29, 8:30 - 10am
Where: John E. Poole Wetlands, St Albert
Price: $17 per participant
Parental presence is required but one parent may attend free of charge.

Who is eligible to participate: Attendees must be able to remain quiet and still while bird watching as birds are sensitive to sounds and movement and be able to maintain focus and attention to their instructors.

Did you know bird watching can rewire the brain? Scientists have learned that watching and identification improves mental health by heightening observation and memory skills. In this course, students (and parents!) will learn the basics of bird identification, including learning to recognize and identify birds based on their color, size, shape, and behavior. Attendees will be led through an excellent location for viewing a variety of species, and will have the opportunity to gain real-time bird identification practice under the guidance of experienced instructors.

Event Date Monday, 29 Apr, 2024
Event End Date Monday, 29 Apr, 2024
Cut off date Tuesday, 23 Apr, 2024
Spots available 5
Price $17 per participant
Intermediate Bird Watching B

When: April 30, 8:30 - 10am
Where: Whitemud Creek Ravine Savage Centre parking lot, Edmonton
Price: $17 per participant
Parental presence is required but one parent may attend free of charge.

Pre-requisite: Introduction to Birdwatching

Who is eligible to participate: Attendees must be able to remain quiet and still while bird watching as birds are sensitive to sounds and movement and be able to maintain focus and attention to their instructors.

Did you know bird watching can re-wire the brain?  Scientists have learned that watching and identification improves mental health by heightening observation and memory skills.  In this course students (and parents!) will learn intermediate identification techniques by building on previous knowledge with a special focus on identifying birds by the sounds they make.  Attendees will be led through an excellent location for viewing a variety of species, and will have the opportunity to gain real-time bird identification practice under the guidance of experienced instructors.

Event Date Tuesday, 30 Apr, 2024
Event End Date Tuesday, 30 Apr, 2024
Cut off date Monday, 22 Apr, 2024
Spots available 10
Price $17 per participant
Introduction to Bird Watching I

When: May 4, 10:30 - noon
Where: John E. Poole Wetlands, St Albert
Price: $17 per participant
Parental presence is required but one parent may attend free of charge.

Who is eligible to participate: Attendees must be able to remain quiet and still while bird watching as birds are sensitive to sounds and movement and be able to maintain focus and attention to their instructors.

Did you know bird watching can rewire the brain? Scientists have learned that watching and identification improves mental health by heightening observation and memory skills. In this course, students (and parents!) will learn the basics of bird identification, including learning to recognize and identify birds based on their color, size, shape, and behavior. Attendees will be led through Edmonton’s Whitemud Creek Ravine, an excellent location for viewing a variety of species, and will have the opportunity to gain real-time bird identification practice under the guidance of experienced instructors.

Event Date Saturday, 4 May, 2024
Event End Date Saturday, 4 May, 2024
Cut off date Monday, 29 Apr, 2024
Spots available 6
Price $17 per participant
Introduction to Bird Watching O

When: May 6, 10:30 - noon
Where: Whitemud Creek Ravine Savage Centre parking lot, Edmonton
Price: $17 per participant
Parental presence is required but one parent may attend free of charge.

Who is eligible to participate: Attendees must be able to remain quiet and still while bird watching as birds are sensitive to sounds and movement and be able to maintain focus and attention to their instructors.

Did you know bird watching can rewire the brain? Scientists have learned that watching and identification improves mental health by heightening observation and memory skills. In this course, students (and parents!) will learn the basics of bird identification, including learning to recognize and identify birds based on their color, size, shape, and behavior. Attendees will be led through an excellent location for viewing a variety of species, and will have the opportunity to gain real-time bird identification practice under the guidance of experienced instructors.

Event Date Monday, 6 May, 2024
Event End Date Monday, 6 May, 2024
Cut off date Tuesday, 30 Apr, 2024
Spots available 8
Price $17 per participant
 
 

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