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Birding By Ear II, Late Spring Migrants

  • Leesylvania State Park (map)

Spend another full day learning bird song in the field, this time focusing on late migrants. Some basic birding knowledge is a prerequisite, such as being able to identify some common local birds by sight. Bring a bag lunch; we'll be out in the field all day but will break for lunch at Leesylvania State Park.

Instructor: Greg Fleming
Location:  Julia Metz Wetland Preserve and Leesylvania State Park, Woodbridge, VA 
Limit: 15
Cost: Members $ 50 Non-members $60

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Instructor Bio:

Greg is a wildlife biologist who has spent most of his career performing bird surveys on eight different military installations in the Eastern and Central U.S. He has recorded 775 bird species in the ABA area and over 1,600  in North America, including the first ever sighting of Cinnamon Teal in Virginia, a feat that earned him recognition by the Virginia Society of Ornithology. Throughout his career, he has had a primary interest in habitat management for at-risk birds, as well as other wildlife.