Book Author Series December 13, 2020: "The Love Lives of Birds: Courting and Mating Rituals" by Laura Erickson
Meet intriguing authors and join up with a community of learners reflecting on nature and human interaction.
With your input, we're creating programs to connect and educate the public about birds and wildlife conservation.
Virtual Field Trips provide a designated field trip location to bird, curate shared stories and digital artifacts to an online scrapbook, and host community meet ups. Join for a fun time birding on your own and comparing stories with other birders too!
What birds will you see this year? COVID precautions will still take precedence, but being out birding in winter collecting data as part of National Audubon’s “citizen science” program, can’t be beat.
Click above to watch 'Katie Fallon, author of Look, See The Farm! & "H.D." the Live Screech-Owl' recorded program.
Do you love birds? Join author Katie Fallon in this video for a reading of her children’s book "Look, See the Farm!" and follow the story of two sisters as they explore their grandparents’ organic dairy farm to look for birds. You'll also meet Avian Conservation Center of Appalachia's "H.D.", a live, non-releasable screech-owl.
Member Meeting and Speaker Program 'Lichens: An Overlooked Organism' with Tomas Curtis, Kent State University, December 2020 Recording
Are you looking for a unique gift for a youngster or a teenager? This new program connects youth to nature by generating an understanding of human impact on the needs and behaviors of birds, wildlife, and the environment.
Be a part of the WCAS Bird-of-the-Month Photo Contest to help raise awareness of bird species through conservation education, fundraising success, and photography excellence.
WCAS invites birders to bird at a monthly designated field trip location, share stories to a public digital scrapbook, and participate in online community meet ups.
Tomas Curtis, student at Kent State University, will discuss the history of studying lichens including the work and accomplishments happening in Northeast Ohio. Listen to this pre-event conversation with Tomas Curtis to learn more!
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