Dr. R Scot Duncan with Wild Alabama is proud to present a series on Alabama’s biodiversity. Scot shares his Confluence Blog post and an important new virtual set of talks and registration link about Alabama’s Biodiversity, which is essential to us in the Western Panhandle, because as goes Alabama’s biodiversity, so goes the Western Panhandle’s! Check it out!
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Dr. R Scot Duncan will be giving a free virtual 3-part talk series on Alabama’s biodiversity. This series begins this Thursday, April 1, 6:00-7:00 pm CST.
April 1: Alabama Biodiversity: What we have.
April 8: Alabama Biodiversity: Why we have it.
April 15: Alabama Biodiversity: Why it matters.
There will be time during each session for questions and sharing.
WEBINARS YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS!
There is no cost to attend, however, your kind donations via the Donations button will help ensure Francis M. Weston Audubon Society has the resources needed to continue to hosting events like online birding webinars.
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Birding & Photography go hand-in-hand. Learn the basics with four of FMWAS’s most avid photographers, Perry Doggrell, Brenda Callaway, Michael Brower, and Larry Goodman. Topics include: Advice for the Beginner, Getting Started with Equipment and Settings, Approaching without Harming, Etiquette and Ethics.
** A follow-up session planned in April for a Photography Show.
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Join experienced eBirders from the Francis M. Weston and Bay County Audubon Societies. Norm & Mary Jo Capra and Michael Brower will help navigate you through the most comprehensive and invaluable tool a birder will ever need. This webinar session is designed for those new to eBird and will cover topics such as how to set up your profile, submit a checklist, track your sightings, and explore the vast database of species and “hotspots” for birding in our local area.Link to register:
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