This event is hosted by the North Cascades Institute
Class Tution: $10
In part three of a four-part series of talks on bird biology, naturalist David Lukas will introduce us to the joyful world of bird song. In this talk we will explore how and why birds sing, and how we study bird songs as a way of trying to understand what birds are saying to each other. Bird songs and vocalizations are a huge part of how birds interact with each other, so this talk will open a new world for you.
David is a well-known naturalist based in the Methow Valley, author of seven books on a wide range of nature topics and veteran of thousands of natural history tours, classes, workshops, and presentations.
To take your understanding of bird biology to the next level, sign up for David Lukas’ other classes in his new Institute online series:
If you can’t make the specific date or time of a class you want to take, you can still register and we will send you a link to view the program on your own time! All registrants will have access to the class recording for a limited time to re-watch too.