The Adventures of the Urban Birder at Kirk-Bear Canyon Library on Feb. 5by Pima County News on Feb. 01, 2013, under Pima County, Public Library, Southern Arizona, Tucson
Birder extraordinaire and author David Lindo offers this encouraging tip for birders, especially urban birders: “Anything can appear anywhere at any time.” Wander with David, by PowerPoint, as he demonstrates how wildlife abounds even in the most concrete of jungles. David’s presentation is co-sponsored by the Tucson Audubon Society and The Sierra Club, Rincon Group of The Grand Canyon Chapter.
The Adventures of the Urban Birder
Tuesday, Feb. 5, 6:30-8 p.m.
Kirk–Bear Canyon Library, 8959 E. Tanque Verde Road
About David Lindo
David Lindo is currently a patron of Alderney Wildlife Trust, Birding For All and the Spitalfields City Farm. He is a fellow member of the International League of Conservation Writers, the Founder of the Tower 42 Bird Study Group and is on the committee of The Friends of Wormwood Scrubs. He is the author of The Urban Birder published in August 2011. His next book Look Up: a guide to watching birds in urban areas will be out in the Spring of 2014. His website is www.theurbanbirder.com.
About Pima County Public Library
The Pima County Public Library (PCPL), which is headquartered in Tucson, Ariz., enriches lives and builds community through opportunities to learn, know, interact and grow. With 27 public libraries serving Tucson and the surrounding communities of Arivaca, Green Valley, Sahuarita, South Tucson, Ajo, Marana, Oro Valley and Catalina, PCPL provides a wide range of free services that contribute to the economic development of the community. For more information, visit www.library.pima.gov.