Young Birders Club

Spring migration is underway

With spring migration well underway, the Young Birders Club has a handy visual guide to some of the birds now moving through our area. It's just the thing to print out and take with you the next time you're birding.

Upcoming meetings

Young Birders Club - KIDS

The next meeting of the Pasadena Audubon Young Birders Club for Kids is Wednesday, April 14th, at 6PM.
Young people interested in birds and nature are welcome to join. Parents welcome too!
The meeting will be held online via Zoom. Register here.


 
 

Young Birders Club - TEENS

Thursday, April 15th, 2021, 5:30PM via Zoom

Young Birders Club TEENS April 2021 meeting

 
 

Young Birders Club - TEENS

Thursday, May 13th, 2021, 5:30PM via Zoom (check back for the link to register)

Young Birders Club TEENS May 2021 meeting

 
 


Past young-birder events and posts

Young Birders Club - KIDS

The next meeting of the Pasadena Audubon Young Birders Club for Kids is Wednesday, February 10th, at 6PM.
Young people interested in birds and nature are welcome to join. Parents welcome too!
The meeting will be held online via Zoom. Register here.


 
 

Young Birders Club - TEENS

Thursday, March 11th, 2021, 5:30PM
Young birder Teodelina Martelli speaks on Avian anatomy and physiology – flight mechanics adaptation – sensory abilities – the elegance of form/function. Watch a recording of the March 11th meeting here (the passcode is 3KI=H=9E)

Young Birders Club TEENS March 2021 meeting

 
 

Young Birders Club - TEENS

Thursday, February 11th, 2021, 5:30PM
The Young Birders Club teens group kicks off with a Valentine's Day special program! Young birder Teodelina Martelli will tell us about love among the birds -- avian courtship, competition for mates and sexual selection, and pair bonding, as well as the role of birds in human romance. Watch a recording of the Feb 11th meeting here

Young Birders Club TEENS Valentines meeting

 
 

December 2020 meeting

At our December 2020 meeting we talked about habitat and encouraging birds to come to your yard with homemade feeders. Then we did a group drawing of a California Scrub Jay with everyone contributing elements of habitat. Shout out to Justina Martelli who drew the Scrub Jay and led the activity!







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