Celebrate Migration With Fascinating Free Webinars from The Cornell Lab of Ornithology!

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Each fall billions of birds take flight, streaming through the air on their far-flung journeys. And each year, we hold our Migration Celebration to pause and marvel at this stunning natural spectacle. Join us September 13-24 for two weeks of special live events, family-friendly programs, and resources to help you enjoy the wonders of migration happening right outside your door.

In a series of free webinars, we’ll bring in experts to explore migration from every angle—from the art of flying birds, to the challenge and fun of hawkwatching, to ways you can help safeguard birds as they pass through. Here’s the lineup:

  • Fall Migration: Tips to Help Birds on Their Way (Sept. 14)
  • Featured Webinar: In the Studio with Science Illustrator Jane Kim (Sept. 15)
  • Family Story Time: Ruby’s Birds (Sept. 16)
  • Featured Webinar: Riveted by Raptors: A Look at Migration with Dr. Kevin McGowan (Sept. 17)
  • Masters of Flight: A K-12 Exploration (Sept. 18)
  • Birds of the World: Amazing Migrations (Sept. 20)
  • Migratory Journeys Mapped: The Magic of eBird (Sept. 22)

All webinars are free, but please click through and register to secure your place.

Cornell Lab of Ornithology

Cornell Lab of Ornithology, 159 Sapsucker Woods Rd., Ithaca, NY 14850

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