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Join ornithologist David Allen Sibley, bestselling author and illustrator of The Sibley Guide to Birds, for three master classes on the wonders of your own backyard and his new book, What It’s Like to Be a Bird.
Sibley’s comprehensive, beautifully illustrated volumes have established him as one the world’s leading authorities on North American birds – from orioles to owls. Just in time for this year’s spring migration, hear him discuss what to look for in the surprising and complex behavior patterns of species all over the continent, how he illustrates his magnificent books, and much more – designed for seasoned and casual birders alike. By popular demand, the final class in the series will be entirely devoted to a special audience Q&A, mere days before World Migratory Bird Day.
This class meets on March 16, 23 and May 4.
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Programs taking place online and in our NYC facilities:Please select which experience you wish to participate in when registering. Online participants will be emailed an access link after purchase. In-person participants should read our safety guidelines before attending the program.
David Allen Sibley is the author and illustrator of the series of successful guides to nature that bear his name, including The Sibley Guide to Birds …
David Allen Sibley is the author and illustrator of the series of successful guides to nature that bear his name, including The Sibley Guide to Birds. He has contributed to Smithsonian, Science, The Wilson Journal of Ornithology, Birding, Birdwatching, and North American Birds, and to The New York Times. He is the recipient of the Roger Tory Peterson Award for Lifetime Achievement from the American Birding Association and the Linnaean Society of New York’s Eisenmann Medal. He lives and birds in Massachusetts.