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Spotlight on Shorebird ID

This workshop covers 28 regularly occurring spring migrant and breeding shorebirds, plus 8 rarer species that migrate through southern Ontario to their Arctic breeding grounds. The focus will be on Point Pelee area shorebirds. This workshop is loaded with tips to sharpen identification skills, and you will increase your knowledge of shorebird molts, plumages and aging. Learn to identify shorebirds by using diagnostic field marks supplemented by jizz or gissgeneral impression of size and shape. Test your new knowledge by doing interactive shorebird quizzes. Find out the best spots to see shorebirds in spring.

Included with park admission.

  • Program provided by:

    Quest Nature Tours

Date

May 12 2022
Expired!

Time

12:00 pm

Location

Visitor Centre Theatre
Point Pelee National Park
Category

Leader

  • Jean Iron
    Jean Iron

    Ontario’s best-known birder, Jean is a past president of the Ontario Field Ornithologists and a retired school principal. She is active writing for nature publications and participating in wildlife surveys for the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and is a tremendously effective roving ambassador for Ontario’s critical natural areas.