The East Bay is home to an impressive variety of habitats—from vast tidal mudflats, to rolling grassland hills, to the pine-oak woodlands of the interior Coast Range. Corresponding to these varied landscapes is an incredible diversity of avifauna. Join us for a chronological exploration of the bird life of the East Bay, with a focus on strategies for finding the rarer and more sought-after species we are fortunate enough to have in the area.
Alex Henry is a lifelong nature enthusiast and shameless bird-nerd. Although only a recent resident of the Bay Area, Alex has spent countless hours exploring the many wild places the East Bay has to offer, and is excited at the opportunity to share what he’s learned in those explorations. And, although he’s too self-effacing to recount this, he was the number one birder in Alameda County on eBird last year.
This event will take place online via Zoom and last approximately 60-75 minutes. Registrants will be sent a link and password to access the Zoom. The session will be recorded, and registrants will have access to the recording on the web for two weeks after the event, regardless of whether they attend the live presentation.
Registration will close at 10 a.m. on April 20.
Registrants: If you didn’t receive or misplace the Zoom link, email email@example.com or call Ilana at (510) 301-5573.