Spring Bird Identification Class

April – May 2023
Spring Migrants and Summer Residents
Bird Identification by Sight and Sound
At Radnor Lake State Natural Area

Richard Connors will be offering his bird identification class “Birding by Ear, Bird Study by Sight and Sound” at Radnor Lake again this spring.

The class is designed for beginners and intermediates and will be a good opportunity for anyone wishing to brush-up on and study our local birds. Classroom sessions will be combined with guided bird walks taking advantage of the fact that Radnor Lake is the premier place to see, hear, and study birds in the Nashville area. Our local birds will be covered, and of special interest will be the wood warblers, the elusive and colorful spring migrants that Radnor is so famous for. Through this class you will increase your proficiency in bird identification, learn how to enhance your yard to attract birds, learn what bird resources are available, and learn where to go in our area to look for birds.

The 5-week class will meet Tuesdays April 4, 11, 18, 25, & May 2.

The first class meets April 4th 10AM – 12:00 PM in the visitor center meeting room, Radnor Lake State Natural Area, 1160 Otter Creek Rd., Nashville. Morning bird walks start April 11 at 7:30 AM, followed by classroom session starting at 10AM. There is a $75 fee for the class, with a portion of the fee going to Friends of Radnor Lake.

Contact Richard to register for the class: Rconnorsphoto@aol.com, call or text 615-330-7142
More info: https://pbase.com/rconnorsnaturephoto/spring_bird_class_2023