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Who’s that Bird? Winter Bird Identification
Join us on Thursday February 16th for a virtual introduction to basic bird identification. The winter months are a wonderful time to learn how to identify a few of the over 450 species of birds New York State’s diverse habitats support. We will offer tips and resources on bird identification to help you learn the birds you can see and hear in the Albany Pine Bush and in your neighborhood.

Grab your friends and family and join us to learn about watching birds in your own backyard or local park and how to participate in community science projects like the Great Backyard Bird Count from February 17-20, 2023. Fluff up your feathers and get ready to explore the birds of our area! Connect to birds, nature, and each other during this interactive virtual event!

Feb 16, 2023 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Pammi Price
Preserve Naturalist & Educator @Albany Pine Bush Preserve
In my current role as the Preserve Naturalist and Educator at Albany Pine Bush Preserve Commission, I am a member of the dynamic education team, assisting with interpretive and educational programming, publications, and opportunities for community engagement, as well as managing the Volunteer Naturalist Program.
Amanda Dillon
Field Ecologist & Entomologist @Albany Pine Bush Preserve
As the Field Ecologist and Entomologist, I am responsible implementing our many research projects and for hiring and managing our seasonal science staff. When there isn’t snow on the ground, I’ll be out with the team counting Karner blues, sampling vegetation, helping out with prescribed burns or banding birds. In the winter, I’m at my desk processing data and writing up reports or at my scope identifying insect specimens. I also manage our Science Lecture Series and Community Science programs that engage our neighbors in the science taking place in the preserve.