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Unique Birds of Arizona and Where to Look for Them

Event Type: All Ages
Age Group(s): Family - All Ages
Date: 3/16/2019
Start Time: 1:00 PM
End Time: 2:30 PM
Description:
 Whether you consider yourself a novice or an expert bird watcher, this presentation will provide guidance on how and where to discover unique Arizona bird species in West Valley locations. Using photographs and explicit directions to “birding hot spots” in and around the West Valley communities, participants will be enthralled to learn all about some of the coolest species and places to visit.
Karen LaFrance is a long time member of National Audubon Society and has provided administration services to the local West Valley Chapter for many years. She helps with the Sonoran Audubon Board’s strategic planning efforts as well as program planning and creative collaborations. She describes her bird0finding skills as “adequate”, having cut her teeth on the Christmas Bird Counts back east and in Arizona.
Library: White Tank Branch    Branch location
Location: Program Room
Registration Ends: 3/15/2019 at 12:00 AM
Contact: Megan
Presenter: White Tank Mountains Conservancy
Status: Closed


We're sorry. The registration deadline was 3/15/2019 at 12:00 AM.