Did you ever wonder why some owls have “ears” and some don’t? Have you ever heard of a duck that lives in a tree? Emma Jean Sisk, a seventh grader at Salisbury Central School and an avid birder, will share her enthusiasm and love for birds with us and answer these questions and many more. She will help us build our nest of knowledge about these fascinating feathered creatures. We will learn how to open not only our eyes, but also our ears to discover more about the birds we see in our own yard or nearby forest, meadow, lake or pond. Weather permitting, the talk will include a short birding walk along the rail trail, some fun bird trivia, and a bird-inspired snack! Bring binoculars along if you have them!
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Event Series: Special Outdoor Family Event: Fun Feathered Facts – Things You Might Not Know About the Birds in Your Neighborhood