2016 – 2017 Workshop Line-up
Last year San Diego Audubon kicked off an exciting new line of public workshops – The Nature Discovery Workshop Series. These classes offer a variety of nature topics throughout the year, and now in its second year, the series just keeps getting better! No matter what your goals are, we hope to inspire nature lovers like you. Our latest workshops will encourage you to enjoy more wildlife around your home, increase your birding skills, become more observant in nature, and explore some of the amazing habitats that San Diego has to offer. Check out our full line-up of workshops below, and stay tuned for more details in the coming months!**Cancellation Policy: If you cannot attend a workshop that you registered for, a full refund is available if you provide notice before 48 hours of the workshop start date. To obtain a refund, please email email@example.com
October 21 & 22, 2016 – taught by SDAS Education and VolunteerCoordinator, Jill Cooper
Become familiar with common local wildlife species, learn basic track and sign identification, avoid the pitfalls of perception, learn how to distinguish between mountain lion and domestic dog tracks, and more!
Gardening for Wildlife
November 19, 2016 – taught by SDAS Board President, David Kimball
Bring life and birdsong to your yard and garden by using native plants and a wildlife friendly design.
Better Bird Photography
Rescheduled to February 11, 2017 – taught by Gerry Tiejte
Visit the local Santee Lakes and learn tips and tricks for capturing better photographs of birds.
Cooking With Native Plants
April 8, 2017 - Taught by SDAS Board Vice President, Lisa Chaddock
This workshop will delve into how to find and harvest native foods, and will discuss how people historically used the food sources surrounding us in the Coastal Sage Scrub habitat.
Birding by Ear
May 6, 2017 – taught by Hank Ingersoll
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Learn to identify birds by their songs and calls while visiting the beautiful Tecolote Nature Center and its trails!