David Sibley: The Psychology of Bird Identification (Online)

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Sunday May 1

2:00 PM  –  3:30 PM

Preregistration is required to view. 

This ticket is for online livestream access to David Sibley: The Psychology of Bird Identification. You will be able to access the livestream via the Zoom platform. 

The Sibley Guide to Birds, published in 2000, was the realization of a lifelong dream for David Allen Sibley, who began painting birds when he was seven years old and has continued painting them for over three decades. The Sibley Guide to Birds contains over 6,600 original illustrations by Sibley, now recognized as America’s leading ornithologist/illustrator. David Allen Sibley is the preeminent brand in American birding, and everywhere he goes, hundreds of fellow birders come out to meet him for his inventive presentations and lectures.

In this online presentation, illustrated with photos, drawings, and a few tests, David talks about how we perceive the world around us, and how our brains both help and hinder our efforts at bird identification.

The lecture will be one hour in length, from 2-3 pm, followed by a question-and-answer session lasting approximately 30 minutes. It will be held via the Zoom Webinar platform. Live auto-captioning will be available.

Your link to attend the meeting will be sent immediately after registering in a follow-up email. You do not need the Zoom application to participate. If you do not receive your Zoom link by Saturday, April 30, or if you have any trouble logging on, please contact us at onlinelearning@cincynature.org.

David’s newest book, What It’s Like to Be a Bird, will be available at the Nature Shop in person or online. A limited supply of the book ($35 each) is currently available.

Members $20; nonmembers $20. 

One registration and link will work for your whole household. Preregistration is required; registration will close at the start time of the event.

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Cancellation Policy: Please note that cancellations must be made at least two weeks in advance of the event. No refunds or transfers of fees will occur if the request is made less than two weeks prior to the event. All programs continue, rain or shine. In the event that Cincinnati Nature Center cancels a program, full refunds will be issued. 

 

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