Backyard Birds at Dover Public Library
Learn About the Birds in Your Backyard at Dover Public Library
Ever wonder what the difference between a Purple and House Finch are or what kinds of birds are visiting your backyard feeder?
Join Dover Public Library for “Backyard Birds”, an engaging and interactive online presentation featuring common and migrant visitors in New England on Wednesday, September 23 at 6:30PM. Learn identification tips, how to use feed to attract a diverse population and get to know the birds in your backyard!
The lecture is presented by Steve Hale, owner of Open World Explorers. Hale is an avid outdoorsman who hikes and backpacks over 200 miles every year. He has degrees in Marine Biology, Evolutionary Biology and Ecology. He has lived in New Hampshire for over 20 years, worked as a bird observer in the White Mountain National Forest, and is a member of the University of New Hampshire’s Speaker’s Bureau.
The presentation will be held online through Ring Central and registration is required to access the login information.
This program is free and open to the public. For more information or to register, visit library.dover.nh.gov or call the Library at 603-516-6050. Library hours are Monday-Tuesday 9 AM-8:30 PM, Wednesday-Friday 9 AM-5 PM, and Saturdays 9 AM-5 PM.