Spring Birds Identification

Field trip: Discover Washington Lecture Series

Spring Birds Identification - Mountaineers Tacoma Program Center

Lecture not a field trip.

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  • Thu, May 22, 2014
  • Tacoma Hiking & Backpacking Committee
  • Exploring Nature, Day Hiking, Urban Adventure
  • Singles, Youth, Families, Adults, Retired Rovers
  • Easy

7:00 pm at the Tacoma Program Center, upstairs in the Boardroom

Join us at the Tacoma Program Center for a quick review of the over 200 bird species that are normally found in Washington State in the Spring. This class is a great starting place for novice bird watchers. Topics will include tips on identification of spring birds in Washington State and the best places to find them. The required text is the National Geographic Society Field Guide to North American Birds, 6th Edition, available at most bookstores or online. This class meets over two evenings. David Kaynor, the instructor, has been an active birder in Washington State for over 25 years and has been sharing his insights on how to identify bird species South Puget Sound Community College and other locations.

For more information about this class or registration, please contact David Kaynor at 360-688-6636 or e-mail him at dkrkaynor@live.com REGISTRATION IS DIRECTLY WITH DAVID KAYNOR; charge is $50.00 per person for both parts of the Spring Bird Identification Seminar. Registration limited to 12 people. This program is part of the Thursday Evening Class Series co-sponsored by The Mountaineers Tacoma Branch Naturalists & Hiking/Backpacking Committees and Kaynor Community Education.

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Mountaineers Tacoma Program Center


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The required text is the National Geographic Society Field Guide to North American Birds, 6th Edition, available at most bookstores or online. 

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