Workshop Shore Bird ID 2

E-Corps Expeditions Inc. - E-Corps Learning Center

Monday, August 25, 2014
E-Corps Learning Center POBox 1104 Mount HollyNC  28120
Monday, August 25, 2014
E-Corps Learning Center POBox 1104 Mount HollyNC  28120

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What's Included

Shorebird ID 2: Other important clues This webinar will explore additional shorebird identification methods beyond shape, size and behavior, including color pattern, markings, habitat, range, and calls. This webinar will concentrate on learning techniques to use in identifying shorebirds rather than pointing out key characteristic of particular species. Shorebird ID Series (2 of 5 webinars in series) Others available Shorebird ID 3 – Introducing the Sandpipers This webinar covers the different species of sandpipers, focusing especially on the confusing little, stout “peeps” and the most common taller and thinner ones. This section is very detail oriented and will concentrate on pointing out key characteristics of every common North American sandpiper species in those groups. Download this worksheet to take notes for each slide in the Shorebird ID 3 webina Shorebird ID 4 – Snipes and Small Others This webinar will focus on the snipes and dowitchers, phalaropes, turnstones, and the rest of the small sandpipers

About This Organizer

Our mission: To provide Veterans & Youth (including the handicapable) renewal, replenishment, and restoration in nature, by strengthening their C.O.R.E (Community, Outdoor appreciation, Recreation, and Environmental Education).

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 Our goal:

  • Encourage our participant’s natural curiosity to promote critical thinking skills, while instilling sense of place in a completely positive environment.
  • Achieved by improving each participant’s knowledge in the natural world, increase feelings of ecological stewardship; reinforce good social skills, while instilling confidence through a sense of purpose.
  • Provide enriched environmental education programming.
  • Share the intrinsic value of nature for the public at large and present; (STEAM) science, technology, engineering, art, and math opportunities in a fresh new format.  
  • Establish mentorship opportunities for handicapable youth and veterans
  • Provide a safe and secure environment conducive to learning.
  • Constantly evaluate our impact via statistical analysis of our assessment results and surveys.

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