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Get up close and personal with nature through Missouri Department of Conservation Birds, Birding Wild Webcast

Join the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) Wild Webcast on Missouri Birds and Birding from 1 to 2 p.m. Wednesday, May 10, to learn from MDC experts about birds — such as the Eastern bluebirds pictured — and birding in the Show-Me State.
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Posted: Apr. 19, 2017 5:10 pm

Do you love birds and birding? Join the Missouri Department of Conservation’s (MDC) free Wild Webcast on Missouri Birds and Birding from 1 to 2 p.m. Wednesday, May 10, to learn from MDC experts about birds and birding in the Show-Me State.


MDC State Ornithologist Sarah Kendrick and MDC Resource Scientists Janet Haslerig and Tom Thompson will provide a brief presentation with plenty of pictures of birds and birding in Missouri and then answer questions from webcast participants.


Join the free MDC Wild Webcast: Missouri Birds and Birding to learn about topics including:




  • Common and uncommon birds found in Missouri




  • Building bird habitat in backyards and on big acreage




  • Birding for beginners




  • Missouri’s bald eagle monitoring efforts




  • MDC’s annual Breeding Bird Survey efforts




  • The Great Missouri Birding Trail




Register now at http://bit.ly/2pSybv1 for the MDC Wild Webcast: Missouri Birds and Birding. You can also register for the Wild Webcast on Birds and Birding, and watch previous MDC Wild Webcasts on Talking Hogs, The Buzz About Pollinators, Be Bear Aware, The Fight Against Chronic Wasting Disease and Discover Nature – Fishing, at mdc.mo.gov/contact-engage/mdc-wild-webcasts .


MDC will offer Wild Webcasts on mountain lions in September and invasive species in November.

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