It’s A Bird, It’s A Verdin, No It’s A Kinglet!   5 comments

Tosh Lawrence Nature WalkTosh Lawrence Conducting a Training Session In Sabino Canyon — Image by kenne

Last week I was videoing and taking photos of one of the Sabino Canyon Volunteer Naturalists (SCVN), Tosh Lawrence, conducting a nature walk training session for new and experienced naturalists. Tosh shared a lot of her excellent teaching techniques, and one point in the riparian area by the dam, we spotted a small bird jumping around among brush on the ground. At the time, I had the video camera going and the following short clip was what I was able to capture. Note the back and forth as to what kind of bird we were watch. Our expert birder friends have got to love it, but remember, some of us are still learning.

kenne

5 responses to “It’s A Bird, It’s A Verdin, No It’s A Kinglet!

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  1. Love it. Thanks for sharing. For sure, I am still learning.

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  2. fun…shows how our gang learns by observation, experience, and sharing
    I encourage naturalists who want to know Sabino birds better to go on Jean and Mark Hengesbaugh’s first Saturday of month bird walk.
    Peggy Wenrick

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  3. Thanks for following my blog, Kenne. I look forward to reaching other nature posts.

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