Fall & Winter Birding in the Delaware Valley

Despite the weather, fall and winter can be some of the best seasons for bird watching in the Delaware Valley. Many species of raptors and passerines fly south through the area on their way to winter quarters. Eagles, falcons, sparrows and waterfowl stay in the area for the winter or continue on to South and Central America. This class will teach where and when to observe this natural phenomenon and how to identify these species using field marks, song and behavior. We will take field trips to local hot spots.


Graduate, Pennsylvania Master Naturalist Program; Volunteer, Fish and Wildlife Service; Leader of Bird and Butterfly Walks at Tinicum Wildlife Refuge


224 – $66

4 Thursdays, 10/13 to 11/3
7 to 8:30 p.m.
Cheltenham High School