Are you interested in learning about bird identification in an in-person class and field trips, in a safe and fun environment? Look no further! Birding 101 is the beginning birding class that’s been so successful for over a decade. It is designed to give budding birders the structure, knowledge, and tools to bird with confidence.
This course is made up of three classroom sessions in the evenings of March 14, 21, and 28, from 6:30–9pm, in Monrovia, CA. There will also be two field trips in the mornings of March 19 and 26, 2022, starting at 8am at Los-Angeles-area locations to be determined. Participants are expected to attend all three classes and both field trips.
To register, fill out the form below. Registration is $100 for non-LAB members (this includes LAB membership for 1 year), and $80 for LAB members. Registration is only $10 for LAB-S student members ages 12-17. For students, a parent must register and take the course as well; please fill out a separate registration form for the student and parent.
About your instructors: Ron Cyger and Mark Scheel have over 50 years of combined birding experience. They have birded throughout the world, but have a real expertise and love of the birds of Southern California. Mark and Ron have taught Birding 101 for over 10 years and have helped hundreds of new birders gain the skills and knowledge for birding.
Currently signup is limited to LAB members, who will receive an email with instructions for how to sign up.