Birds of the Biosphere
August 13 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pmFree
Join this free, one-hour webinar covering the key things to know about local birds: what you are most likely to see in eastern Georgian Bay, tips for better birding, identification and bird calls, plus simple ways we can help our feathered friends. With GBBR’s Tianna Burke & guest host Kenton Otterbein of Killbear Provincial Park.
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About the presenters:
Kenton Otterbein is the Discovery Program Leader at Killbear Provincial Park. While not an uberbirder who can identify every twitter in the woods, Kenton has the benefit of 21 years of working, living and observing changes in nature at Killbear and the surrounding Georgian Bay Biosphere.
Tianna Burke is the Conservation Biologist for GBBR. Tianna holds a Bachelor of Environmental Studies from the University of Waterloo and a Master’s of Science from Trent University where she studied the lives of Bank Swallows, an aerial insectivore. Her love of science, conservation, communications, and education has come full circle at GBBR where she coordinates the planning and delivery of species at risk research and outreach.
This webinar is offered in partnership with The Township of the Archipelago.