A conversation about the new children's book, "Look, See the Farm!" with Bill Wilson (Author and Birds & Beans Founder) and Katie Fallon (Author). Learn about two girls who visit their grandparents' organic farm and discover the wild birds that live there too—meadowlark, wood thrush, barn swallow, screech-owl, and many more.
An early morning Spring visit to watch Rocky River Eagles and Eaglets feeding and parental nest-building activities.
What it's all about: Bringing the community out to see nesting bobolinks and other natural phenomena at Byers Woods, which is designated an Important Birding Area. Photo by Irv Oslin.
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