Wind in My Feathers Live Bird Show
with Sally Farrell
Monday, November 24 at 5pm at Gernon Brown Center
Wednesday, December 3 at 5pm at Taylor Park
The 45-60 minute program consists of a presentation of live, non-releasable raptors with accompanying lecture, supplemented with audio and visual aids such as photography, taped bird calls, owl castings, feather displays, skulls and owl feet. A question and answer period follows the talk.
Sally Farrell received her training at the Wildbird Rehabilitation Center of the New Orleans Audubon Zoo. She is a raptor rehabilitator and educator with state and federal permits for New Orleans and the surrounding area. Learn more about Wind in My Feathers here.
This program kicks off our new Young Birders Association, a teen bird watching club that will teach solid field science and critical thinking skills, along with connecting participants to nature and allowing them the opportunity to see some really cool animals.
Public Nature Walks
Experience the wonders of nature in our own back yard. Meet either at the location, or at the designated NORDC rec center for complimentary transportation to the trailheads.
November 18 at 12noon
Bayou Sauvage National Wildlife Refuge
Shuttle departs from Joe W. Brown Rec Center at 11:30am or meet at the Bayou Sauvage parking lot.
November 25 at 12noon
Subject: Pirate History and Swamps
Shuttle departs from Behrman Rec Center at 11:30am or meet us at the trail head for Bayou Coquille Trail.
Home School Nature Walks
Monthly kid-friendly nature walks. To schedule, contact Emily Snyder, Outdoor Programs Manager (504) 658-3082 or email@example.com
For questions about any of our outdoor programs, contact Emily Snyder, Outdoor Programs Manager (504) 658-3082 or firstname.lastname@example.org