Doing the Backyard Bird Count Big this Year

Doing the Backyard Bird Count Big this Year

Thu, February 11
The Backyard Bird Count

Do you find yourself at home bored, looking for something to do? The Great Backyard Bird Count could be just the cure for you! Birds are everywhere, all the time, doing fascinating things. Join us in February, when the world comes together for the love of birds, from home! This webinar will show you how you can do it big from just right outside your door no matter where you live. Our speakers will give you some tips and tricks to consider and inspire you to get outside with your family or roommates, making it a great covid safe activity. Whether you’ve been birding for years, or thinking about getting into it, sign up for this free webinar and be a part of another community science project.

The Great Backyard Bird Count takes place from February 12th-15th.

Check out their website for more info on participating.

Details:

Upon completing your registration you will receive the link to the webinar at the bottom of your confirmation email

You can expect reminder emails with details before the webinar

This presentation will also be on our Facebook page if you wish to view there and not register. It will also be saved there as a recording to view later.

You must register to view the webinar from Zoom

This presentation is brought to you by a Zoom Webinar. Upon joining, your video and audio will not be available. The presenters and audience will not be able to see or hear you. Questions are encouraged and can be done through the Q&A feature in the toolbar

What You Need:

A Computer with Zoom compatible browser (Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari)

To view through a mobile device, you will need to download the Zoom App.

You may also download it for your desktop

To join the webinar please use the link found at the bottom of your confirmation email, or from the Eventbrite reminder emails

About PRNSA:

We partner with the National Park Service to create opportunities for all people to experience, enhance, and preserve Point Reyes National Seashore for present and future generations.

If you have any questions or concerns please email us at fieldinstitute@ptreyes.org