September 13, 2023
Virtual - Author Heather Wolf Discusses "Find More Birds: 111 Surprising Ways to Spot Birds Wherever You Are"
Wednesday, September 13, 2023
This one is for our bird and nature lovers! Author Heather Wolf will be with us discussing her new book "Find More Birds: 111 Surprising Ways to Spot Birds Wherever You Are". It will be a fascinating conversation about being in the moment and noticing the wonderful and varied birds around us. And, apparently, this is a high migration time, so perfect to see even more birds in your backyards!
You can buy signed books (by bookplate) by Heather from Aesop's Fable. Just write that you would like the book signed in the notes section at checkout.
About the book:
A gorgeously photographed trove of 111 ingenious tips for seeing more birds wherever you are—from crowd favorites (hummingbirds, owls, eagles) to species you’ve never spotted before.
Seeing more birds than you ever imagined and witnessing exciting avian drama is possible—whether you’re on the go or in your own neighborhood, local park, or backyard. As Heather Wolf explains, it all comes down to how you tune in to the show happening around you, the one in which birds—highly skilled at staying under the radar—are the stars. In Find More Birds, Heather shares her very best tactics—and the jaw-dropping photographs they helped her capture.
- Look for birds at their favorite “restaurants”— from leaf litter to berry bushes, and ball fields to small patches of mud.
- Watch for “tree bark” that moves . . . you may find it has feathers.
- Try simply sitting on the ground for a revealing new perspective.
Plus, special tips point the way to crowd favorites such as hummingbirds, owls, and eagles—and can’t-miss bird behaviors. As your senses sharpen and “noticing” becomes second nature, Find More Birds will turn your daily routines into bird-finding adventures, too. Whether you’re strolling down the block or parking your car, you never know what will surprise you next!
About the Author:
HEATHER WOLF is the author of Find More Birds and Birding at the Bridge. A Brooklyn-based birder, photographer, and educator, she works with the Cornell Lab of Ornithology as a web developer, teaches birding classes at Brooklyn Botanic Garden, and gives walks and talks for various organizations in New York City and beyond.
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This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Ashland Public Library and in partnership with a multitude of MA libraries.
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