Date(s) - March 4, 2021
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Crows, ravens, jays, and magpies, taxonomically known as the corvids, tend to evoke strong feelings in people: seems we either respect them for their cleverness and tool use or we resent them for their loud voices and nest-robbing habit. Attend this class to learn more about the corvids of North America and why they deserve respect. And if you don’t yet know how to tell a crow and a raven apart, this class will set you straight!
About the instructor: Longtime birder and teacher Laura Whittemore loves to show beginners the tricks of the trade. She has taught classes for Audubon Society of Portland and previously worked for Backyard Bird Shop, where she helped bird-feeding enthusiasts ID those confusing little brown birds. Laura holds a BA in Biology from Lewis and Clark College and has traveled in the US, Australia, South Africa, and Antarctica in search of birds.
All lectures will be recorded and available to participants for 48hrs following the class.
Sign up below to be added to the registration list. Instructions and the link to the Zoom meeting will be sent out to attendees before the workshop time.
Tickets are on a sliding scale. You can choose what price to pay. All tickets are final, refunds will not be able to be made at this time.