David Lindo, Author and VP Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust, 7th most influential person in Wildlife by BBC Wildlife Magazine, Ambassador for Leica Birding, London Wildlife Trust, and President, Suntrap Forest Education Centre visits Cleveland, Ohio.
Urban Birding with David Lindo
Event: Urban Birding with David Lindo https://theurbanbirder.com/ in Cleveland, OH
Presenter: David Lindo, Author and VP Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust, 7th most influential person in Wildlife by BBC Wildlife Magazine, Ambassador for Leica Birding, London Wildlife Trust, and President, Suntrap Forest Education Centre.
Date: Nov 2-9, 2019
Schedule and Ticket Information: Urban Birding with David Lindo 2019
Description: Western Cuyahoga Audubon Society-WCAS www.wcaudubon.org, a chapter of the National Audubon Society, is pleased to announce a week of urban birding events and activities with David Lindo www.theurbanbirder.com in Cleveland, Ohio from November 2nd through 9th, 2019.
David Lindo is Vice-President of the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust and voted 7th most influential person in Wildlife by BBC Wildlife Magazine, Member of the British Guild of Travel Writers and a Fellow of the International League of Conservation Writers, Proud Ambassador for Leica Birding, London Wildlife Trust, Rare Bird Alert, EcoNoja Feria Internacional and the Colombia Bird Fair, President of The Friends of Suntrap Forest Education Centre, and author of several books including the newly published, How to Be an Urban Birder.
David Lindo’s visit to northeast Ohio will celebrate the launch of Urban Birding Cleveland, a WCAS initiative for all ages of local birders. David’s week long schedule of speaking engagements and birding activities is a perfect kick-off for the Urban Birding Cleveland initiative. David will present on his urban birding experiences around the world in an effort to raise awareness and educate people on the importance of preservation and conservation of bird and wildlife habitat.
The week schedule will be filled with opportunities for the public to join David and Cleveland’s expert bird walk leaders, birders, and dedicated citizen scientists on a series of urban bird walks and field trips that showcase northeast Ohio’s iconic green spaces and birding locations in Cleveland and the surrounding Emerald Necklace.
Please join us to give David a hearty Cleveland welcome and to show our support for bird and wildlife habitat in our urban spaces.
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