From their hunting prowess to their majestic soaring, raptors captivate our attention – be it from the trail or the highway – with their sheer gracefulness and power. There are over a dozen species of raptors that rule the skies over Georgia. Learn the basics and the secrets to making raptor identification easy with Georgann Schmalz. She will also focus on behaviors, habitats and enough general information that will make recognizing these birds in the field a “no-brainer.”
Georgeann holds a master’s degree in ornithology, taught at Fernbank Science Center for 29 years, and is three-time past president of AAS. She is a wealth of information and entertainment!
This workshop will be held on Saturday, January 13, 2013 from 2:00-4:00 PM at the Atlanta Audubon Society office located at 4055 Roswell Road in Atlanta. The cost is $40 AAS members and $45 for non-members.
Secure your spot now by downloading a registration form and sending your form with payment to the AAS office. For more info, visit our website or contact AAS at (678) 973-2437 or email@example.com.