[Tweeters] Union Bay Natural Area- Bird Walk & Presentation with
Julie M. Cook
julesck at uw.edu
Thu Sep 27 11:27:38 PDT 2018
Year of the Bird Exhibit Associated Event with Seattle Audubon
UW Libraries Special Event: Bird Walk and Urban Bird Presentation with Seattle Audubon
The Bird Walk will take place in the Union Bay Natural Area (UBNA) adjacent to the UW Center for Urban Horticulture. Guides with Seattle Audubon will share some of the history of how the former Montlake Fill has become such an important area for birds as we look for birds inhabiting the UBNA.
After the bird walk, Seattle Audubon's Executive Director, John Brosnan, will give a presentation about urban birds and bird conservation. He will discuss community science bird monitoring projects, environmental education in an urban setting and the importance of creating and preserving habitat for birds in our neighborhoods. Come to learn more about the ways humans and birds co-exist in our urban areas.
The Bird Walk and Presentation will take place in the Union Bay Natural Area (UNBA) and the Isaacson Classroom, Center for Urban Horticulture, University of Washington on Thursday, October 11, 4:00 - 6:30 pm. Light refreshments will be served.
Registration is required for the Bird Walk: http://bit.ly/2DsPApL so there are enough guides.
This event is being held in conjunction with the exhibit in the Allen Library North lobby, "From Albatross to Zigzag Heron: The Year of the Bird at the UW Libraries," and is sponsored by a generous grant from the Friends of the UW Libraries.
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