Join us for our first online "Breakfast Talk"
COVID19 has shown us an ugly side of Nature, but lest we forget, Nature has many beauties and many gifts. Join us for our first online Breakfast Talk as we take a respite from the virus, and the heat waves, and the social distancing and welcome Heather Wolf as she “shows and tells” us about the birds along the Brooklyn Waterfront.
Heather, a Brooklyn-based birder and author of Birding at the Bridge: In Search of Every Bird on the Brooklyn Waterfront will discuss the diversity of birds along our borough’s waterfront, with a focus on the Brooklyn Bridge Park area.
Join us for this virtual “gathering” and enjoy the beauty these birds offer, all from the comfort of your home! Attendees will be able to engage with Heather and BWRC moderators through a live Q & A session. RSVP via Zoom here!
Heather Wolf is a Brooklyn-based birder and author of Birding at the Bridge: In Search of Every Bird on the Brooklyn Waterfront. She works for Cornell Lab of Ornithology as a web developer for sites including eBird and Birds of the World. Heather has taught birding classes at Brooklyn Botanic Garden and Brooklyn Brainery, given lectures for various organizations including Spotify, NYC Audubon and Brooklyn Public Library, and has led bird walks for Brooklyn Bridge Park, Washington Square Park Eco Projects and more. Learn more via her website: http://heatherwolf.com/