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Shorebirds workshop is set for July 20

GUELPH - Anyone up for a challenge can try the one about shorebirds being presented at the Arboretum here.

They are one of the most difficult group of birds to identify and The Arboretum is presenting a shorebirds workshop on July 20 from 9am to 4pm to help with that identification.

Using plumage, shape, size, calls and behaviour, participants will try to figure out all of those confusing sandpipers, plovers, phalaropes, turnstones, knots, godwits and whimbrels.  The workshop will be led by naturalist Chris Earley.

The registration fee is $75 per adult and the deadline to register is July 13. For more information or to register call The Arboretum at 824-4120 extension 52358.

 

July 8, 2011

 
 

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