Time to Fly In-Person
Fall is a magical time of year, not only because of the shifting dance of color across the landscape but because of the fantastical movement of birds that is happening around us. From the tiniest songbirds to the most powerful raptor, birds are undergoing a phenomenal journey when they embark on their biannual flight to warmer climates. Some of this movement is readily apparent in the cacophony of sounds of migrating geese and the more subtle shift in birdsong in the landscape.
Bird Diva, Bridget Butler, will explore fall migration during this online presentation using snippets of fall sounds as well as photographs from regional photographers. From the challenge of identifying fall warblers to laid-back days watching the aerial acrobatics of migrating raptors, there will be plenty of inspiration to keep even the most ardent birder engaged through the change of seasons.
Co-sponsored with the Southern Adirondack Audubon Society. Please register online.
- Wednesday, October 27, 2021
- 7:00pm - 8:30pm
- Time Zone:
- Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
- Zoom Web Presentation 1
This online program uses the Zoom livestreaming platform. It will require access to a computer or mobile device with the Zoom app installed, or a phone for audio-only access. Registration with an email is required in order to receive information on how to connect. The email will be sent three hours prior to the scheduled start time of the program.
Bridget Butler, AKA The Bird Diva, has been working in conservation and environmental education for more than 20 years throughout New England. Her business, Bird Diva Consulting, has her traveling across Vermont delivering presentations, leading bird outings, and surveying birds for landowners. Bridget has worked for the Audubon Society in Vermont, Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts and helped to create Audubon Vermont’s Forest Bird Initiative. Her Slow Birding work has been featured on numerous podcasts including the American Birding Podcast, Ray Brown's Talkin' Birds Podcast, and the South Africa podcast The Birding Life.