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NESTcafé: Fall Birds of the Puget Sound Lowlands*
November 18 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Fall and early winter are a rich time for waterfowl as they return to the plentiful and sheltered waters of Puget Sound. Winter residents take up territories in the forests. Individual species group together in mixed feeding flocks. Learn how to identify species, appreciate behaviors, and discover the best places to bird throughout the Puget Sound lowlands during this optimal season.
Presenter Penny Rose has worked as a naturalist and Education Specialist with the City of Seattle, Parks and Recreation Department at Discovery Park for a number of years. As a Master Birder, she has served on Seattle Audubon’s Education and Classes Committee, led numerous field trips, participated in the Christmas Bird Count for 15 years, and initiated the Discovery Park Monthly Neighborhood Bird Project. She has participated in the USGS North American Breeding Bird Survey in Okanogan County for the past six years.
Free and open to the public. RSVP’s are requested but not required.