It's the time of year that many folks are enjoying feeding birds. But who are the feathered friends visiting your feeders? We will introduce some of the common backyard winter visitors, but we will also discuss some rare and unique visitors that you may get as well. We will also cover the basics of bird feeding and how to appropraitely provide for your feathered friends.
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Here is our January schedule of Virtual Programs.
Jan. 3rd– No Program
Jan. 5th – Tree ID – Maples, Ash, & Dogwoods
Jan. 10th – Owl Outlaws
Jan. 12th – Native Americans of the Eastern Woodlands
Jan. 17th – Tree ID – Hard Mast species
Jan. 19th – Wildlife Forensics
Jan. 24th – Fossils
Jan. 26th – Winter Birds
Jan. 31st – Tree ID – Soft Mast Species