Wendell Historical Society to Hold “Wendell’s Birds” Program on Feb. 21

Eastern North Carolina is home to many birds, including cardinals. Photo: Frank Whatley
Eastern North Carolina is home to many birds, including cardinals. Photo: Frank Whatley

After the Audubon 2019 Great Backyard Bird Count ends, bird enthusiasts can look forward to a bird-oriented event in Wendell, North Carolina. The Wendell Historical Society meeting on Thursday, February 21, 2019, 7pm, will include guest speaker Frank Doherty presenting: “Wendell’s Birds – Making History in the Park.”

Naturalist Frank Doherty leads monthly bird walks through the Wendell park. In Doherty’s presentation, he will share research results, citizen scientists’ bird-spotting data, and candid insights into the species that visit the park or call it home.

The gathering, organized by the Wendell Historical Society, will be held in the Raleigh Room at The Farmhouse at Wendell Falls, on Wendell Falls Pkwy, Wendell, NC.

For more information, visit the Wendell Historical Society website at wendellhistoricalsociety.com, or see updates on Facebook here.

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