Winter Birding Course
Registration Opens at 8am on December 13!
January 10 to April 3 (12 week program)
Join the Friends of Fish Creek for our ever-popular Birding Course; even though winter is upon us, there are so many birds to see as we visit different City parks, and Fish Creek Provincial Park. Our exceptional team of skilled volunteer Leaders will guide the way, helping to point out and identify the many bird species we hope you will see, and sharing their wealth of knowledge with you! Fun for all ages.
Start times (no sessions on Fridays):
- Monday to Thursday: 9:15 am
- Saturdays: 9:00 am
- Sundays: 9:00 am and 1:15 pm
- Friends of Fish Creek Members – $60/person Become a Member or Renew Your Membership
- Non-Members – $100/person
**Please note that, as of November, 2021, all Friends of Fish Creek volunteers and registered program participants are required to provide proof of Covid-19 vaccination (or medical exemption) in order to take part in our programs. All participants will need to register for the course through Eventbrite, and will be asked to show proof of vaccination on the first session they attend. Youth registrants 11 years of age and under are not required to be vaccinated in order to participate.
Thank you to David Mitchell and the team of knowledgeable and skilled birding Leaders he has assembled: John Anderson, Lorrie Anderson, Anne Auclair Moe, Melinda Bell, Stephen Boucher, Rob Brown, Bob Byers, Trevor Churchill, Cathy Cush, Sandra Davis, Bernie Diebolt, Donna Franke, Peter Hoyer, Angela Krauss van Son, Doug Maxwell, Mike Meredith, Jennifer Meredith, Stephen Phelps, Randy Plishka, Colleen Rodgers, Jennifer Solem, Liz Soria, Diane Stinson, John Thompson, Marco van Son, Joan Walker, Wayne Walker, and Robert Worona.
Check out the following links in case you’d like to do a bit of birding on your own!
Enjoy watching, listening for, and learning about birds, but please do not feed the birds in Fish Creek Provincial Park. Read more
Photo: American Three-toed Woodpecker (Marshall Springs, Fish Creek Provincial Park)