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Birding through the Seasons: IFWOA Webinar Series

Whitney Yoerger, Indiana Audubon’s communications and outreach manager, will give an online presentation about the incredible joy of birding in Indiana. Discover the delights of each season, from winter waterfowl to fall migration, and learn about local bird life all year. This presentation will provide you with inspiration and practical tips to help you interact with Indiana’s feathered residents and visitors, whether you’re a novice or a seasoned birder.

Whitney helps connect people to Indiana’s birds and conservation through programs and online resources. She is a curious writer and communications professional with a master’s degree in nonprofit administration. Her birding story began in 2014, when she spent a long weekend at the Kiptopeke Hawkwatch in Virginia, watching migrating hawks with borrowed binoculars. She is passionate about mindful birding practices, acoustic ecology, and learning more about animal behavior.

Indiana Audubon Society’s mission is to engage communities in the enjoyment of birds in their habitat, through conservation, education, and research.

This session is part of the IFWOA winter webinar series, monthly through April.
Indiana Reptiles and Amphibians webinar
Tue, Feb 13, 7:00 PM EST

"Population Ecology of Deer and Fragmented Abundance" webinar
Tue, Mar 12, 7:00 PM EST

"A Virtual Woodland Tour" webinar
Tue, Apr 9, 7:00 PM EST

View more information by visiting the Indiana Forestry & Woodland Owners' Association (IFWOA) website.

Free, register to receive a Zoom link on the sign up page.

This session is part of the IFWOA winter webinar series, monthly through April. See the full list of events.


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