Community Event: “Birding Beyond the Feeder”

If you love birds and want to learn more about them you might enjoy this 3 hour class. The Wehr Nature Center is holding “Birding Beyond the Feeder” on Saturday, September 20th.

In a previous post we’d mentioned that three of our service area cities have been designated as “Bird City USA” honorees, so this class seems like it’s going to be pretty cool for a lot of different people.

The class will discuss “some of the mysteries, misconceptions, and theories of migration.” The class itself doesn’t start until 9:00 am. However, if you can get there by 7:30 am you can join a nature hike. It lasts until noon.

The class is open to teens and adults alike. If you’re a Milwaukee County resident it’s just $12. If not, it’s just $15.

The address is 9701 West College Avenue in Franklin. You can call 414-425-8550 for more information.

They say good fences make good neighbors, but getting out there to meet people in the community certainly helps you make some great friends, too. There’s almost something cool going on in the area, and we love all these great opportunities to get out of the house and learn something new.

Would you like to add a community event to our blog? Just stop by our Facebook Page and send us a message. We prefer events within our service area. You can feel free to post your event on our page, as well. We want to support our community as much as possible, and spreading the word about different events in the area is just one of the ways that we can do that.

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