The Lost Bird Project | Film

Lost Bird Project at Carey Center

April 27, 2013 at 11am
Carey Conference Center
63 Huyck Rd
Rensselaerville, NY 12147
United States
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Rebecca Platel, Carey Center for Global Good · · 518.797.5100

Carey_Center.JPG Join us for a special screening of the film in honor of John James Audubon's 228th birthday in Rensselaerville. The screening is part of the annual Bird Festival at the nearby Huyck Preserve.  Artist Todd McGrain will lead a tour.  Celebrate the special occasion with a guided sculpture walk with artist Todd McGrain immediately following the screening.  McGrain's bronze sculptures honoring five extinct North American birds (Heath Hen, Great Auk, Carolina Parakeet, Labrador Duck and Passenger Pigeon) are on exhibit at the Carey Center. See schedule of events below for additional information.

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Schedule of events for Saturday, April 27th:

11:00am  Screening of The Lost Bird Project at The Carey Center for Global Good

12:00pm Sculpture walk with artist Todd McGrain around the Carey Center grounds

1:00pm  Birds of Prey presentation by wildlife rehabilitator Kelly Martin (meeting at the Eldridge Research Center 284 Pond Hill Rd., Rensselaerville, NY)

2:00pm  Birding in your Backyard: Attracting birds close to home, lecture by Denise Hackert-Stoner of Naturelogues

3:00pm  Bird-centric Crafts/Mist Netting Demonstration

4:00pm  Birding for Beginners and Beyond, nature walk including instruction on bird identication and how to use a bird guide



Will you be there?