Ozaukee Washington Bird Coalition Aerial Insectivores in Wisconsin In Person and Virtual
There is growing concern about the apparent population decline of many “aerial insectivores” – those species that feed on their insect prey in flight. These species belong to several avian orders and families, that include swallows and martins, chimney swifts, some forest flycatchers, plus nightjars such as whip-poor-wills and nighthawks. We’ll focus here on three of the swallows found across the Upper Midwest: Purple Martin, Bank Swallow, and Barn Swallow.
If you’re joining in-person, meet in the Riveredge Barn.
Ages 16+ | Free to attend
No pre-registration required.