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Shorebirds, some no larger than a sparrow, are among Earth’s great long-distant migrants. In autumn, we can witness a dazzling array of these birds as they make their way south from their Arctic breeding grounds. At first glance, all these little brown birds may look alike. But with a little practice, you can identify different shorebird species like a pro. Join USFW wildlife biologist Vanessa Loverti for a presentation to help you differentiate both local and migrant shorebirds by size, shape, color, and behavior.
- Held at the Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum with field trip at the Port of Ilwaco
- Limited to 30 participants
- Must be a registered attendee of Wings Over Willapa
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