Edinburg, TX — Identification of shorebirds can be tricky. There’s a variety of species, and many of them look very much alike, making the identification process a bit confusing! This class will teach you how to better identify them with useful tips and techniques that are sure to make the identification process a bit easier. Just like with any skill, practice makes perfect!
Join us as John Brush, local birder, leads “Winter Shorebirds”, an interactive workshop for adult birders. Brush is currently a sophomore attending the University of Texas-Pan American, where he’s studying biology. Having grown up in a nature oriented family, John has long appreciated being outdoors, and has been birding in the Lower Rio Grande Valley and Mexico for the past 11 years. Brush has also helped with several ornithological studies. He worked for several years as the naturalist at Quinta Mazatlán.
“Winter Shorebirds” is the first installment of the Edinburg Wetlands’ “Adult Birding Series”, and will happen on Saturday, December 14th, from 10:00a.m.-12:00p.m. The price for this program is $2 for members and $4 for non-members. Space is limited, so please call ahead to reserve your spot.
The Edinburg Scenic Wetlands and World Birding Center is located at 714 Raul Longoria Rd. in Edinburg, TX (inside the Edinburg Municipal Park). For additional information, please cal1 (956) 381-9922 or visit www.edinburgwbc.org .