Do you know what a bird is? Well, that’s all you need to know for this birdwatching group! Come and learn the basics of birdwatching and how to begin identifying birds by sound, colour, shape, and size. This program is open to all experience levels: beginners, intermediates, and experts. We will be pointing out and identifying all birds we see along the way.
Please bring binoculars if you have them, alternatively, we have some to borrow. A bird checklist and map will be provided to newcomers. No dogs permitted. Please dress for the weather.
Moderate. This trail involves lengthy hills, some uneven terrain, and greater than one kilometre of walking.
Cancellations and Refunds
Refunds may only be processed if a registration is cancelled five or more business days before event day. Advanced cancellations are subject to administrative fees. No refunds will be given for no-shows or for program fees totaling $10 or less due to processing fees. If you can no longer attend, please consider cancelling in advance to allow others to join.
About the Presenter
Stephanie Keeler is an experienced environmental educator and enthusiast. She completed her degree in Biology and Geography at the University of Guelph, and has spent several years submersing herself in Ontario’s biodiversity in the forests of Algonquin Park. She is now Community Program Coordinator at The Riverwood Conservancy, connecting city communities with urban nature.