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Bird courtship will be discussed in a pre-recorded program of the University of Tennessee Arboretum Society in February.
“Bird courtship has begun!” a press release said. “Either from new partnerships being formed or existing pairs renewing their bonds, it is that time of year when birds are looking for a mate. Each species is slightly different with some feeding, some grooming and some snuggling. But can we call it love? Join us for this pre-recorded program to discuss bird courtship.”
Michelle Campanis, education coordinator at the University of Tennessee Arboretum, and naturalist Stephen Lyn Bales will discuss aspects of avian pair bonding in a pre-recorded program for February’s First Thursday Nature Supper Club, the press release said.
“This is one of our favorite and most requested programs!” the press release said.
You can register at www.utarboretumsociety.org to receive the recording for the program, which the UTAS will send the week of February 2. Closed captions will be available.
“We plan to be back live on Zoom in March,” the press release said.
You can contact UT Arboretum Education Coordinator Michelle Campanis with registration issues or questions.
You can contact Stephen Lyn Bales by email at [email protected].
More information will be added as it becomes available.
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