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Birds on the Move Part Two
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Join us for part two of Birds on Move! We will explore migratory patterns of birds that call Missouri home different times of the year. We will discuss the great fall migration, which includes several species of waterfowl that use the Mississippi flyway to migrate south. We will learn about migratory patterns of long-distance, neo-tropical migrants such as the chimney swift, purple martin, cerulean warbler, and wood thrush. Did you know we have roadrunners in Missouri? Not only do roadrunners live in Missouri, but there are several cool species of birds that can be spotted in Missouri, if you look in the right place. You will get to hear different bird calls and get some tips on where you can go to spot these amazing birds. We will also discuss ways you can get involved with birding organizations such as the Missouri Birding Society, and events such as Bows for Birds. We will discuss ways bird migration and population numbers are tracked with projects such as MOTUS, Birdcast and eBird (a platform for birders to learn more about the hundreds of bird species in Missouri). This program will be held on Wednesday, December 30, 2020 from 6-7 p.m. and is designed for all ages.?Please register each person attending. This is a free WebEx Event, and you will receive the invitation by email from WebEx 24 hours before the program. Holly Balassi

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You must cancel your registration before Wednesday, January 13, 2021.

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All registrants for this event must be between 0 and 100 years of age by 1/13/2021.