A willow warbler singing on a tree branch

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Taking Flight: Bird Identification Beyond Lockdown

Location: Virtual Online Talk, Plumgarths
Crook Road
Kendal, Cumbria, LA8 8LX
Discover the birds to listen and look out for this spring now we're able to venture further afield.

Event details


6:30pm - 7:30pm
A static map of Taking Flight: Bird Identification Beyond Lockdown

About the event

As the dawn chorus starts to reach its crescendo, learn to ID the spring birds that live in Cumbria's special habitats, from our ancient woodlands and unspoilt coastline to our climate-saving wetlands and northern uplands.

This session is led by our Senior Education and Volunteering Officer, Jamie Normington. It's the perfect follow up to our recent Birds for Beginners series, though you don't need to have attended those sessions to take part.

The event will take place online, so you can join Jamie from the comfort of your living room – all you’ll need is a laptop, desktop PC or smartphone.

We expect each session to last around an hour, and you will be able to ask questions in the live chat, which will be answered at the end.

Can't make the session? Don't worry! As long as you're registered, we'll send you a recording afterwards to watch at your leisure.

We recommend a minimum donation of £2.50 per device. The talks will be streamed live via Demio and details of how to join will be provided when you book. Please read the confirmation email carefully as you'll need to take further action to receive your unique joining link.


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