Want to come on a bird and nature walk? Would you like to learn about Pittsburgh's peregrines? Here's a list of upcoming events I'll be leading.
Unless otherwise noted, all are free and open to the public. If an outing is cancelled I will post it here.
Events in Nature -- Phenology for Western Pennsylvania:
This Phenology for Western Pennsylvania lists the events in nature for each month of the year. I am not leading these events! I am following.
Events on the Media:
My appearances on radio or TV are usually recorded. Here's a list of past events on the media.
Outings and Presentations
For the outdoor events: Dress for the weather and wear comfortable walking shoes. Bring binoculars and field guides if you have them. As these dates approach, check this page for changes or cancellations.
Sunday October 29, 2017 -- 8:30am - 10:30am
Duck Hollow and Lower Frick Park Bird Walk
Meet at Duck Hollow parking lot at the end of Old Browns Hill Road. We'll see migrating waterfowl on the river and walk the beginning of the nearby Lower Nine Mile Run Trail. Bring binoculars and scopes (for river watching) if you have them.
Thursday November 2, 2017 -- 6:00pm
Biophilia at Phipps: Finding Pittsburgh's Winter Birds
We often think there are no birds here in the winter but that's far from the case in the City of Pittsburgh. On November 2 I will give a short presentation at Phipp's Biophilia about Pittsburgh's winter birds and where to find them.
Come to Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, One Schenley Park, Pittsburgh, PA 15213 at 5:30pm for networking and refreshments. My half-hour presentation begins at 6:00pm followed by Q&A.
Friday November 17, 2017 -- 10:00am
Audubon Day at Hillman Library: The Story of Peregrine Falcons at Pitt: The Dynasty Continues
Why do peregrine falcons nest at the University of Pittsburgh's Cathedral of Learning? Where did they come from and where do they go?
Come to the University of Pittsburgh's annual Audubon Day at Hillman Library on November 17 where I'll tell the story of Pitt's peregrine falcons. Watch this space for more details.