By nature of their bright colors, melodious songs, and willingness to make their homes in our woods, city parks and backyards, birds are perhaps the most accessible introduction to Georgia’s rich natural history. This workshop is intended to give beginning and intermediate birders the opportunity to learn more about the identification and habits of the resident and migratory birds found at Reynolds on Lake Oconee. The workshop will have three parts: a Thursday afternoon lecture introducing birds and birding, an informal Q&A and bird trivia session following a picnic dinner. Early Friday morning a bird walk will put your new-found birding skills to the test and conclude with a picnic breakfast.

Dr. Hall is a population ecologist whose research focuses on understanding animal migration and wildlife diseases, and a life-long bird-lover. For more information on Richard Hall, please visit his website.

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