Bird Lecture at Thorn Hill

Bird Lecture at Thorn Hill

Thorn Hill Vineyards 17/01/2019 to 17/01/2019 | USA, Thorn Hill Vineyards - 1945 Fruitville Pike Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601 United States

Thorn Hill's Wild Bird Lectures 2019 Schedule at Thorn Hill

Join Us for our Upcoming Bird Lectures at Thorn Hill:

Fantastic Finches Thursday, January 17th 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm These colorful little vegetarians are always a delight. Learn more about finches! Bird Trivia Night Thursday, February 7th 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm Ready to find out if you're a Bird Brain? Compete with a team to see who knows the most about our feathered friends! Feeling Blue? Watch Some Bluebirds! Thursday, March 14th 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm Everyone wants bluebirds to visit! Find out how to make them feel welcome and some fun facts! Flying Jewels: The Hummingbirds of PA Thursday, April 11th 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm Come learn about these bug-sized birds just as they're returning on their spring migration! The Birds & The Bees Thursday, June 6th 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm Let's get it on! We'll discuss bird courtship and reproduction. Don't worry it's family friendly! Migration Fascination Thursday, October 17th 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm Learn about the remarkable journey some birds undertake twice each year to avoid our cold northern winters. Nocturnal Predators Thursday, November 14th 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm These fascinating secretive raptors often go unnoticed due to their nocturnal habits. Let's shine some light on what we know about them. We will discuss the eight most common species in PA.

The lecture's will be presented by Ornithologist, Dan Hinnebusch from Wild Birds Unlimited (next door). Dan has nine years of experience as a professional wildlife biologist and environmental scientist, including four years with Hawk Mountain Sanctuary. Dan teaches classes about birds and ecology for Cedar Crest College in Allentown, Pennsylvania. He also participates locally in the Breeding Bird Survey, an annual international count of birds at selected points to monitor changes in bird populations. Dan's passion for birds is built on more than two decades of recreational birding experience and a strong interest in the natural world. His goal is to learn something new every time he goes outside.

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