Join us on June 13-14 at the Mary Gray Bird Sanctuary in Connersville, IN for our first ever “Young Naturalist’s Weekend” that will focus on the diversity of nature found at the sanctuary.
The weekend will include:
· Bird banding/hummingbird banding!
· Bat Study with Ryan Slack
· Mist Netting demonstration to study Indiana’s Native Bats and why some are listed as threatened/endangered.
· Service project!
· Creek/pond study!
· Dinner on Saturday and breakfast and light lunch on Sunday!
· S’mores and much, much more...
We will start on Saturday June 13 @ 1pm and end on Sunday June 14 @ 11a. Dinner on Saturday and breakfast and light lunch will be included on Sunday.
This event will target young birders and naturalists between the ages of 9-18. All participants will be required to have a parent or guardian on the property at all times unless otherwise arranged. Participants are encouraged to camp in the primitive campground.
Plan to get muddy and wet!
This event is free of charge to members of the Indiana Young Birders Club. It is also open to non-members at the cost of membership—$5 for Fledglings up to 11 and $20 for Young Birders 12 - 18.
Registration is required for this event. The maximum number of participants is 30. Register today to reserve your spot at this very cool event!
Please register by June 10 at email@example.com