Black Hills Audubon restarted it’s Education Committee in 2008, with Debbie Nickerson as the Chair. The result has been several wildly popular birding classes taught by knowledgeable instructors. Each class has filled up quickly with waiting lists.
All upcoming classes will are listed here as soon as they have been scheduled.
Want to learn how to identify birds when you cannot view their coloration or hear their calls? There are ways to know birds by their shape, size, and location. On November 15th from 6:30pm to 8:30pm at the Capitol Museum Coach House, Scott Mills, retired ornithologist, will once again teach this p...
We are looking for more volunteers who wish to help with a variety of education-related projects including:
Developing/updating presentation slideshows on birds and birding for children and adults—skills in graphics, science, or education
Coordinating and arranging birding classes
Working with area teachers to bring this curriculum to the schools
Staffing information tables at various local events
Volunteers are welcomed to promote bird and birding education whether you have days or just a few hours to participate.