This program reviews the behavior of many bird species while feeding, discusses what they are feeding upon, adaptations for feeding, and how birders can use these behaviors to help with bird identification.
Program: “What Is That Bird Doing?: Feeding Behavior”
Presenters: Nancy Howell, presenter and Bill Deininger, videography
Recorded: Member Meeting and Speaker Program, Tuesday, March 2, 2021 at 7:30 p.m.
Description: Birds have behaviors that humans may not quite comprehend. WCAS gets questions, such as “Why is this bird doing that?” or “I saw a bird doing X, is it okay?” Through the wonderful videos taken by Bill Deininger, we view many species of birds while feeding, discuss what they are feeding upon, adaptations for feeding, and how using these behaviors can help with bird identification.
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