Wilderness Skills, Introduction to Bird Watching

Have you always wanted to learn more about the life of birds?  Register now to participate in a bird-watching workshop offered by the Friends of Gatineau Park.  Mr Robert Alvo, an expert ornithologist and author of the recently published book, Being a Bird in North America (BABINA), introduces you to the practice of bird-watching, including the following topics:

  • Equipment to invest in
  • Planning your outings
  • Learning where the best bird-watching spots are in Gatineau park and in the region
  • Resources available for amateur birdwatchers
  • Observing while respecting the environmentbirdwatch

The workshop consists of an indoor presentation followed by a hike with practical exercises. This activity is for persons aged 13 and older.  Reservations required.

Bring your binoculars and field guide if you have them. Some binoculars will be on hand to loan.

Copies of Rob’s book will be available for purchase for $40, taxes in, payable by cash or credit card.

When?
May 27  (in French) 8AM
May 28 (in English) 8AM

Cost?
Member of Friends of Gatineau Park:  Adult: $16;  Student (13+)/Senior (65+): $13;  Family: 34$

Non-Member: Adult: $20; Student (13+)/Senior (65+): $16; Family: 42$

The funds raised will help support Friends of Gatineau Park activities.

Where?
Gatineau Park Visitor Centre
33 Scott Road, Chelsea, Quebec

Reservations and information:  819-827-2020 or 1-866-456-3016

One response to “Wilderness Skills, Introduction to Bird Watching

  1. Jorda dickson

    Looking for someone with experience to teach me the ropes, i have a nice nikkon camera but have limited knowledge on whats rare. This is something i always wanted to get into.

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