The Bay Area is rich in varying habitats that are home to many bird species. As the seasons change, some birds arrive, others depart, and some just stay here at home. We’ll talk about many bird species that can be found in our gardens, with some discussion of things we can do to enrich these bird habitats. The talk includes many illustrations of our local birds.
An award-winning photographer, Bob Lewis has taught birding classes in the Bay Area for over 25 years and is the past chair of Golden Gate Audubon's Adult Education Committee. His life bird list is 19 short of 5000 species, and he loves to travel.
Event Type(s): Speaker, Library Program
Age Group(s): All Ages, Adults (18+)
Presenter: Bob Lewis
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