‘Birds in Your Backyard’: First of a four part summer camp partnership series

by | Jul 24, 2020

In this program, children will learn about the local birds in our yards and how to start identifying them. Learn which birds are common in Massachusetts and which ones are fun to study. They will learn their songs as well, and will be able to identify some by the end of the program.

This is such a great time to observe our local birds, as birds are enjoying their young babies, watching them grow, tending to their nests, defending their territories, and singing more than usual. Instructions will be included for making some simple feeders at home to attract local birds, along with a sighting list of our 10 most common backyard birds, so you can see which ones you can find.

WHEN: Tuesday, July 28

PROGRAM: 4:30-5:30pm

STORIES: Listen anytime at www.apl-stayconnected.org

WHERE: Via ZOOM

Register online and listen to the stories from www.apl-stayconnected.org  and to schedule your packet pickup time.

Call the Library with questions or for registration assistance | M-F 8:00am-4:00pm | 508.832.7790

A Zoom program access link will be sent from the Library to your registration email about thirty minutes prior to the program. This program was funded by the Auburn Cultural Council.

Full Summer 2020 Camp Schedule:

Birds in your Backyard | Tuesday July 28 | 4:30 – 5:15

Creepy Crawley Creatures |  Friday Aug 7 |  1:00 – 1:45

Incredible Earthworms |  Wed Aug 12 |  2:00 – 2:45

Fireflies |  Monday Aug 17 |  2:00 – 2:45