Date(s) - 01.11.2023
10:00 am - 11:00 am
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Grab your morning beverage and join us to learn more about five bird species! This month, we’ll be joined by Kristy Taylor, Education and Outreach Coordinator for the Michigan State Bird Observatory, for a focus on Birding and Mindfulness.
Learn how to combine birding and nature discovery with a sense of place and the practice of mindfulness. Kristy will share ways to help you look at birding differently, and use your time outdoors to create a sense of peace, focus, and enjoyment. We will pay attention to bird behaviors, the environment, sounds, and our influence on the natural spaces around us.
Kristy Taylor is the current president of Capital Area Audubon and serves seasonally as the Education and Outreach Coordinator for the Michigan State Bird Observatory. The Michigan State Bird Observatory operates two banding stations just north of East Lansing integrating avian research, the training of current and future wildlife professionals, and the education of people of all ages while showcasing the diversity of avian wildlife inhabiting mid-Michigan.
There is no fee for this online program but registration is required to receive a secure link to the zoom meeting. Your hosts are educators: Lisa Duke and Misty Klotz from Kellogg Biological Station and Kellogg Bird Sanctuary.
Contact email@example.com or (269) 671-2510 for more information or questions.
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