NOTE this is inperson and online – dealers choice though there are limited inperson spaces.
The Baltimore Bird Club and NHSM have teamed up for this special program.
Learn about the behavior, characteristics, and ecology of birds filmed in the Maryland area. Discover birds found at different forest levels —ground floor, shrub layer, understory, and canopy. Examine the human impact on birds and measures needed to reverse their decline. This interactive and engaging workshop will also include the opportunity to identify birds shown on video clips using field guides.
Join us in person (spaces are limited) at the Natural History Society of Maryland’s Museum in Overlea (You will be required to follow NHSM COVID Protocols) or join online via Zoom. While this opportunity is free, spaces are limited for the in=person option. If your plans change, please let us know so that your space may be made available to another.
Presenter: Marty Brazeau, Baltimore Bird Club member (BBC), is a retired Baltimore County School Librarian and is currently an Academic Advisor at the Community College of Baltimore County. Marty has birded in the Baltimore area since childhood and has served as the BBC Youth Birding Leader and the Junior Naturalist Coordinator at Oregon Ridge Park. He has completed a
masters degree in Outdoor Education. Marty has visited Costa Rica nine times to film birds
COVID PROTOCOLS IN PLACE
The Natural History Society of Maryland, Inc. Indoor Covid-19 Protocols
The Natural History Society of Maryland, Inc. is a science-based organization. We have adopted the following requirements for in-person, in-building events.
– Wear a facemask over nose and mouth (preferably KN-95).
– Pass temperature check via infrared thermometer and be free of covid-19 symptoms.
– Follow spacing requirements for event.
– Be fully vaccinated or tested negative for covid-19 within 24 hours.
We set forth these rules to ensure that everyone understands what we are requiring to keep our members and participants safe. During the pendency of covid-19 infections in USA, we will adjust these requirements as deemed appropriate based on current information about covid-19.