Virtual workshop with wildlife biologist Paul Hardy
Wednesday, March 31st, 6 to 7 pm
Join FRLT for a live virtual workshop with wildlife biologist and FRLT founder Paul Hardy. From beginners to experienced birders, Paul is a wonderful guide to birding in the Feather River Country. Learn why the Feather River Watershed supports the Sierra Nevada’s greatest diversity and abundance of birds, and why our work to conserve these habitats is so important.
Paul will introduce us to some of the region’s spectacular bird species and where to watch for them this spring. He’ll share “birding hotspots” across the Feather River Watershed, including FRLT’s preserves, from Olsen Barn Meadow to Sierra Valley Preserve.
This live virtual workshop is free and will take place on Zoom. Please register with the form below to receive event access details. (If you don’t receive an email right away, be sure to check your Junk/Spam folder.)
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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