Dearborn Public Library presents ‘Let’s Go Birding’ with Greg Bodker – Dearborn Press and Guide

Dearborn Public Library is hosting an online program regarding birdwatching March 14, from 6:30 pm to 7:30 p.m. To receive the Zoom link, register at in the events calendar, or call 313-943-2330.
“Let’s Go Birding” is a follow-up to Greg Bodker’s well-received “Birdwatching vs Birding” program. This program uses photos, videos, and stories to prepare the audience to go on a birding adventure in the field.
Bodker says, “Most bird species are habitat specific. The process of seeing different birds allows me to see both the birds and all the amazing habitats around us. My goal is to convey my enthusiasm for the birds and the outdoors to the audience.”
Topics covered include: binocular selection, field guides, bird songs, birding apps, free birding courses, places to go birding, bird identification (fieldcraft), personal stories, and photography showcasing bird behavior.
Greg Bodker has been a serious birder since 2006, combining his interest in birds, nature, and photography as often as possible. He has led birding trips for Michigan Audubon and was on its Board of Directors for three years.
Greg now enjoys delivering birding and nature education presentations to audiences throughout Michigan. Both live and virtual, the presentations have received excellent reviews and earned many recommendations.
Greg has birded in all of Michigan’s 83 counties and in most of North America. He is excited to report he saw his 346th Michigan bird species in October 2021, a Fish Crow in Tree Oaks, Berrien County.
Greg has been a winner in multiple amateur photo contests, including the overall winner in Michigan Nature Association’s Photo Contest in both 2020 and 2021.
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