Virtual workshop with wildlife biologist Paul Hardy
In March 2021, FRLT hosted a live virtual workshop with wildlife biologist and FRLT founder Paul Hardy. Beginners to experienced birders will enjoy this 60 minute presentation, rich with photos of diverse bird species and Paul’s insights into birding in the Feather River region.
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Birding in the Feather River region
Discover the spectacular birds of the Feather River region and where to watch for them. Learn why the Feather River Watershed supports the Sierra Nevada's greatest diversity and abundance of birds, and why conserving these habitats is so important. Get the inside scoop from Paul on “birding hotspots” from Lake Almanor to Sierra Valley.
About Paul Hardy
Paul is an avid birder and avian wildlife biologist, born and raised in the Feather River Watershed. He founded the Land Trust and served as its Executive Director for 17 years. Paul brings a wealth of experience and expertise about birds, their habitats, and the native flora, fauna, and ecosystems of the Feather River Watershed.
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