Time: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Greg Bodker’s beautiful photography will help you learn more about birds as he demonstrates the joys of birding you can have both in your backyard and in our area. Novice and aspiring birders will especially benefit from the program.
- Discuss the excitement and enjoyment of birdwatching
- Differences between birdwatching and birding
- How to attract more birds to your backyard
- Backyard birds, types of seed, feeders and their care
- How birding beyond the backyard leads to many enriching experiences
- Places to go birding in our area
- The excitement of a bird chase
- Stories from the field while birding
About the Presenter:
Greg Bodker has been a serious birder since 2006, combining his interest in birds, nature, and photography as often as possible. Greg has led birding trips for Michigan Audubon and was on its Board of Directors for three years.
Greg now enjoys delivering birding and nature education presentations to audiences throughout Michigan. Both live and virtual, the presentations have received excellent reviews and earned many recommendations.
Greg has birded in all of Michigan’s 83 counties and in most of North America. He is excited to report he saw his 351st Michigan bird species in October 2022, a Variegated Flycatcher (a South American vagrant) in Huron County, Michigan.
Greg has been a winner in multiple amateur photo contests including the overall winner in Michigan Nature Association’s Photo Contest in both 2020 and 2021!
This is a Zoom Event. Register below and a Zoom link will be emailed the day before the presentation.
Register OnlineThis event has room for 99 people. There are currently 73 people registered.
03/21/2023 7:00 PM 03/21/2023 8:30 PM America/Detroit Bird Watching and Birding
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