The Secret Life of Birds

What is so special about birds? How do they fly? Why do they migrate? How can they build nests without tools? When they sing, what are they saying? In this fun, informative, and interactive presentation, you will learn to interpret what secrets the birds around you are sharing so you can enjoy and understand any bird’s behavior wherever you are. We focus on birds that might inhabit inland and riparian forests: woodpeckers, owls, chickadees, and more.

Originally aired on June 9, 2020

Instructor: Marilyn Ellis, Certified Interpretive Guide, Oregon Master Naturalist, Tryon Creek State Natural Area, Portland, OR.

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