Photo by Betsy Cross
February 21, 10:00 am, by Zoom
“Sparrows 101” by Jesse Huth
The next meeting of the Wimberley Birding Society will be on February 21, 10:00 am, through Zoom. Our own Jesse Huth will be presenting “Sparrows 101.” Watch your e-mail for further information.
Jesse has been a member of Wimberley Birding Society since he was a young boy. His interest in poultry and birding led to a Masters degree from Texas A&M in Poultry Science.
Popular for his presentations on poultry and birding, he also does bird surveys for wildlife land management and guides trips locally and internationally for Partnership for International Birding. He also arranges custom trips through his own Huth Avian Services. Several of us have been fortunate to have been on Jesse’s tours or have joined him on his monthly First Tuesday Bird Walks.
Jesse’s presentation will be “Sparrows 101.” He will be discussing all the sparrows you commonly see this winter, how to identify them, and how to distinguish them from other sparrow “look-alikes”. Hopefully you will have a newfound appreciation for those “little brown birds” that visit your feeders and inhabit the countryside.
Photo by Cris Peterso
Interested in joining us? Dues are $5 a year and can be paid at the next meeting or can be sent to Wimberley Birding Society, PO Box 1526, Wimberley TX 78676.
For more information on the group, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.