Bird song can seem complicated. It is, after all, another language! However, with some close examination, one can quickly come to recognize several vocalizations and thus the presence of a bird species. In this free webinar led by Community Naturalist Keith Bruno, we'll not only listen to soundbite recordings, but also look at visual representations of songs and calls, allowing for various means of understanding. Spring is an active time for birdsong, complete with songs aimed specifically at finding suitable mates. Let us help you decode some of the magic! This event is designed for beginner-intermediate birders to open up the birding experience by analyzing songs and calls of familiar regional Rocky Mountain bird species.
Marsh Wren. Photo: Craig Goettsch/Audubon Photography Awards