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Discovering Wood-warblers in Marin County: When Nesters Arrive and Where to Find Them
April 15, 2021 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Speaker: Daniel Edelstein
Host: Doug Waterman
Date: April 15th, 2021
Start time: 7:30 PM
End Time: 9:30 PM
Register for Zoom Webinar HERE
- Which wood-warbler species typically nest annually in in Marin County and the North Bay region?
- Which are year-round residents and when do returning spring migrant species arrive?
- And why do vagrant wood-warblers in fall visit the Outer Point at Point Reyes National Seashore?
These questions and others will be addressed in this virtual, Zoom slide show highlighting one of our area’s most captivating bird families.
In creating this program, Avian Biologist and Birding Guide Daniel Edelstein utilizes his 30+ years of watching wood-warblers throughout the USA to discuss both common and rare Marin County/North Bay wood-warbler species.
A professional Birding Guide (WarblerWatch.com) since the mid-1980s, Daniel Edelstein works full-time as a freelance, Consulting Avian Biologist, Environmental Scientist, and is a Certified Wildlife Biologist Associate. He has presented birding programs and led tours in more than 20 USA states. In addition, he teaches college-level birding classes as an Adjunct Faculty member in the Biology Department at Merritt College (Oakland, CA) (Merritt.edu). His popular blog — WarblerWatch.blogspot.com — featuring wood-warbler articles and photo quizzes is now 15 years old.
Photo credit: Wilson’s Warbler by Elyse Omernick