Sacajawea Audubon

Beginning Birding Workshop with Ashley Martens

BEGINNING BIRDING WORKSHOP   (This workshop is FULL with a waiting list. There is a possibility that it might be expanded to accommodate more people.  Stay tuned.)

Ever wonder who exactly is singing “Cheeseburger!” outside your window in the wee hours of the morning?  Or what the little brown bird in the woodpile is called?  Or why she’s there in the first place?  To help you answer all of these questions and more, Sacajawea Audubon Society is offering a BEGINNING BIRDING WORKSHOP on May 28, 31, and June 1st.  Participants will be introduced to the basics of birding through 2 evening classroom sessions and 1 field trip.  The course will be taught by Ashley Martens, an experienced birder, naturalist, and outdoor educator.  Ashley’s approach to teaching birding engages all of your senses to figure out what you see, hear, and love about the wild birds around us.

Tues, May 28 & Fri, May 31        6-8pm        Bozeman Library Small Community Room

Saturday, June 1                           7-10am       Sourdough Nature Trail (Goldenstein trailhead)

Cost:  $40 for Sacajawea Audubon members; $50 for non-members. Please make checks payable to “Sacajawea Audubon Society” and mail to Ashley Martens at 42 Hitching Post Rd., Bozeman, MT 59715.

Contact Ashley at or 208-883-4998 for more information and to register.  Maximum 10 students.  Supply lists will be provided upon registration.

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