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Backyard Birds: Listen Up!

March 8 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Please join us for the 5th online event in our Winter Speaker Series, co-hosted with Friends of the Napanee River.

Do you want to learn more about the birds in your backyard? Kyle Blaney – a skilled birder and nature photographer – will use his photos to describe his obsession with birding: a healthy obsession to have! Kyle will show a sample of birds that might show up at your bird feeder, explain their lifestyles, and provide recordings of their sounds.

Kyle will also describe a couple of citizen science programs that are easy to use, and that help him plan his birding vacations. Find out more about his unique birding goals and how they encourage him to travel throughout North America.

You can register for free here: https://queensu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_GhL-YO9aQkGKOzweNfYyBw

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting. Phone numbers will be provided should you wish to access the session by phone.

The webinar will also be recorded as a YouTube video for future viewing.

Closed captioning (think subtitles) will be available for this event.

FOR MORE INFO: susan@moorepartners.ca

More about Kyle –

Kyle Blaney (www.kyleblaney.com) is an avid birdwatcher, nature photographer, and a data analyst for Shad Canada (www.shad.ca), a non-profit that provides unique hands-on learning experiences for youth. He is also a member of Quinte Field Naturalists. Nine years ago, he left a comfortable software career to pursue wilderness exploration and youth engagement. Kyle is a strong believer in citizen science and has contributed over 12,500 images to iNaturalist and eBird. His images have been published in Canadian Geographic and birding magazines in Canada and the US. He can be followed on Instagram at @kblaney.

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