Audubon Climate Watch Surveys - Climate Watch Training - Part 2 of 2 (Field Trip)

• Climate Watch is National Audubon’s long-term, community science program to monitor the effects of climate change on bird populations. Summer and winter surveys focus on our iconic pine-associated Brown-headed Nuthatch. Join Tim Guida, Field Operations Associate, to learn about the surveys, log nuthatch sightings on some practice surveys, and hone your winter bird ID and birding-by-ear skills. We particularly invite folks who might be interested in conducting future surveys
• Place and time: Meet at the Bethel Bike Trails parking area at 7:30 AM (Map)
• Conditions: Easy walking along the hiking trails in DeSoto National Forest. Most walking areas should be dry.