Thursday, April 12
The Science of Bird Banding
The White Stag, Rice Lake
Registration at 5:30 pm, Program at 6:00 pm
Socialize with other nature enthusiasts over snacks and beverages, and enjoy an engaging presentation from a regional expert in a happy-hour atmosphere. Each Birds and Beer program features a different presenter at a different location, so you’re sure to learn something new each time!
This month’s speaker is Jeannette Kelly, Citizen Science Director at Beaver Creek Reserve. The banding of birds has been occurring for centuries, but was first used for scientific research in 1899. Learn about the history of bird banding, why it is done, how it is done, and what has been learned.
Program Fee: $10/person if ticket purchased in advance, $15/person at the door.
Purchase tickets by calling 715-635-6543, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or at Brown Paper Tickets