MAQUOKETA – Jackson County Conservation is internet hosting a Constructing Higher Birders Workshop on April 24, when fowl watchers, “fowl watchers”, study Iowa’s water and shorebird species and have the possibility to place their information into apply .
Contributors will meet at 8 a.m. on the Hurstville Interpretive Middle and be taught from a presentation on Iowa’s waterfowl and shorebirds introduced by Birder Kelly McKay. Following the presentation, attendees will journey to the Inexperienced Island Wildlife Administration Space and meet at 1 p.m. Kelly and attendees will take pleasure in spring water and shorebird watching.
The Hurstville Interpretive Middle is positioned at 18670 63rd Maquoketa Avenue. The Inexperienced Island Wildlife Administration Space is positioned on Inexperienced Island Highway in Miles.
The workshop might be led by McKay of the BioEco Analysis and Monitoring Middle, with help from Mark Roberts, Clinton County Conservation, and Brian Ritter, Nahant Marsh Training Middle. To register or for extra data, name the Hurstville Interpretive Middle at (563) 652-3783.
All contributors should register 48 hours upfront and all kids have to be accompanied by an grownup. Contributors are inspired to comply with social distancing practices whereas taking part. Funding for this workshop was offered by the Training Program on Useful resource Improvement and Safety and Conservation.