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Bird Quest Training - Birding by Ear

Birding by Ear - An Introduction to Birdcalls in a Classroom Setting - Wenonah Community Center, Wenonah

In an indoor setting, learn mnemonics and "tricks of the trade" to identify birds by their songs and calls. This is a great session for novices and those that would like to brush-up on the "Birding by Ear" skills.

Directions: Wenonah Community Center (Historic Train Station) is located at the RR crossing at the corner of E. Mantua Avenue and N. East Avenue,Wenonah

Leaders: Brian Hayes and Erik Mollenhauer

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  • linda

    Question...I clearly hear a "fee - be" call from our chickadees. I've compared it on the Cornell site and it is significantly different from the one recorded from the Carolina variety. Sounds far more like the Black-capped type. These are the guys I hear all summer. Thoughts?

    May 2, 2014

  • John M.

    Well presented, very informative, helpful handouts to take home.

    April 28, 2014

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