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"Florida Birds Through the Seasons" Presented by the Pinellas County UF/IFAS Extension at the Weedon Island Preserve
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Florida Birds Through the Seasons
Florida is one of the most biodiverse states in the country with over 500 species of birds but you can’t see all of those birds in a given month so where do they all go? And how do they know which direction to fly? Join the Weedon Island Preserve as we host ecologist Brian Magnier for a presentation on what birds to expect in Florida in different seasons, as well as bird migration and navigation.

This program is suitable for adults and youth over 12.

Brian Magnier is a naturalist and wildlife photographer originally from Springfield, Massachusetts. He studied ecology and evolutionary biology at Cornell University, where his passion for the natural world flourished. He has conducted research on birds in Borneo and Papua New Guinea, mammals in Alaska and New York, and lionfish in the Caribbean. Brian has worked as an environmental educator in New Jersey, a kayak and hiking guide in Alaska, and a snorkel tour guide in Indonesia. He enjoys sharing his knowledge and love of nature wherever he goes.

Jan 12, 2021 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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