The Private Lives of Sandhill Cranes
with Paul Tebbel
Part of the 2013 Nature of Things Seminar and Field Study Series
Sponsored by Peggy and Bruce Kennedy and Claudia Hulbe
Sandhill cranes are large, conspicuous and pretty dang feisty - making them the perfect species to observe when exploring the ways birds communicate with one another. Join crane biologist Paul Tebbel to learn more about these magnificent birds. You’ll learn to recognize juveniles, tell subspecies apart, distinguish between dancing and aggression and many other details that will help you better understand and appreciate sandhill cranes.
Seminar: Thursday, February 7th, 7 – 9 pm.
Field study: Saturday, February 16th, 8 – 11:30 am
Recommended for ages 14 and up.
Pre-registration required, $35/non-members, $25/ ARNHA members; call 489-4918 to register or use the online form on this page.