Speaker Series 2018-2019: “One Green Space for All: Areas Significant for Migratory and Breeding Birds"
Follow a set of railroad tracks, walk near abandoned industrial sites, check out an old cemetery … birds love these areas and many would be surprised how areas such as these are being used by birds while on migration as a resting/feeding stop, or for nesting.
Western Cuyahoga Audubon Speaker Series 2018-2019
Program: “One Green Space for All: Areas Significant for Migratory and Breeding Birds"
Presenter: Jen Brumfield, Naturalist and Scientific Illustrator, Cleveland Metroparks
Date: Tuesday, February 5, 2019 at 7:30 PM
Location: Rocky River Nature Center, 24000 Valley Pkwy, North Olmsted, OH 44070 Map
Tickets: Free Ticket Programs are free and open to the public. Donations are appreciated.
Description: When people think of birding they think of heading out to acres of forests, wetlands or grasslands, but it does not need to be so. Even in a city the smallest of places or any “vacant lot” can be a haven for wildlife. Follow a set of railroad tracks, walk near abandoned industrial sites, check out an old cemetery … birds love these areas and many would be surprised how areas such as these are being used by birds while on migration as a resting/feeding stop, or for nesting. Jen Brumfield will share with us some of the places to look for birds in the city … and then some.
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