Orange Audubon Society’s (OAS) Bob Sanders will teach a birds of prey identification class on multiple Sundays at the Lake Apopka Restoration Area. These field trips are designed to further the appreciation of raptors and to enhance the birder’s ability to identify them using a holistic approach.
The Class will be held on the following Sundays: December 8th, January 5th and February 2nd from 7:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
Attend single or multiple days; no early registration is required.
Note that this is a class with a small charge which is lower for Orange Audubon Society members. Cost for each day is $5 (members) or $10 (non-members).
You can join Orange Audubon at the class to get the reduced rate, using our membership brochure (that Bob will have at the field trip) or print out a form from www.orangeaudubonfl.org. Membership is $20 and makes you a member of National Audubon, Audubon Florida and Orange Audubon, receiving publications from all three. (Please join directly through our chapter so our chapter gets most of the membership money, rather than online through National Audubon. Thanks).
For more information on where to meet contact Bob Sanders–(407) 454-0542.