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March Program Night Speaker- Tim Boyer

Tim Boyer will share his expert knowledge on shorebirds, identification, and tips on the best locations to view shorebirds.

Tim Boyer is an award winning nature photographer. His images have been published in many bird and nature magazines, along with selling fine art prints at art festivals around the Pacific Northwest. He is a full-time photographer and a graduate of Seattle Audubon’s Master Birder Program. He enjoys sharing his knowledge of photography and birds through workshops and presentations. Tim is a shorebird expert, teaching classes and leading field trips for several local Audubon Chapters.

He’s interest in the natural world and being outdoors has lead to decades of photography focusing on birds with an emphasis on shorebirds, eagles, peregrines, and landscapes throughout North America.

March 23rd, 2017 Eastside Audubon Presentation - Program

Tim Boyer will present Spring Shorebirds of Washington covering the 35 shorebirds most likely to be seen during spring migration. The talk will include some identification tips along with information about how and why shorebirds migrate, and the best locations to watch them.

April 11th, 13th and 15th Shorebird Identification Class & Fieldtrip

Discover the wonderful world of shorebirds and how to identify them in this class with two 2-hour classes and a daylong fieldtrip to the Washington Coast. We’ll cover the 35 most likely shorebirds to be seen during spring migration in-depth. Learn not only how to identify shorebirds, including those difficult little brown peeps, but also learn about how and why shorebirds migrate.

Photo by Tim Boyer

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