ACES: Evening Birding at Hallam Lake: Three
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Ducks and geese on the water, swallows wheeling overhead, evening at Hallam Lake is a great time to the observe bird activity at this haven for riparian wildlife. Join us on a 2-hour outing geared towards birders of all levels. Learn about native birds while watching them forage, get ready to roost, and wrap up their day. This class is perfect for birders who dread getting up at the crack of dawn because, luckily, plenty of birds are active at Hallam Lake at dusk! Bring your binoculars and quiet observation skills and join us for casual birding and evening magic at Hallam Lake.
Rebecca Weiss is a naturalist specializing in birding, botany, and interpretive program development. She first came to ACES as Naturalist in 1993, later coordinated the Naturalist Field School and worked with Naturalist Programs, and now helps with Naturalist training and mentoring, birding, and custom programs. Rebecca is also a professional writer, most recently developing natural history interpretive sign and display projects locally. She holds a BS in Biology and an MA in Environmental Education, and loves exploring the natural world with her husband, Austin, and their children Anders and Elsie.
- Date:08/21/2013 - 08/21/2013
- Time:6pm - 8pm
- Location:Hallam Lake
- Phone:(970) 925-5756
- Admission:$10 Members, $15 Non Members