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Tue, Mar 26

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East Asheville Public Library

Birds of Asheville

Topics will include the value of birds, food requirements, the importance of native plants, migration, identification tips and interesting facts about some of our local birds. The presentation will conclude with pictures and songs of more than 2 dozen birds found in our region. Doors open at 6pm.

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Birds of Asheville
Birds of Asheville

Time & Location

Mar 26, 2024, 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM

East Asheville Public Library, 3 Avon Rd, Asheville, NC 28805, USA

About the event

Join Blue Ridge Audubon member Tom Tribble for a presentation about birds of western North Carolina. Topics will include the value of birds, food requirements, the importance of native plants, migration, bird identification tips and interesting facts about some of our local birds. The presentation will conclude with pictures and songs of more than 2 dozen birds found in our region.

Tom Tribble served six years as President and is now an At-Large Director of Blue Ridge Audubon Chapter, which covers Buncombe, Henderson, Madison and several adjacent counties in western North Carolina. Tom has been an Audubon member and avid birder for more than 45 years. Tom worked for 30 years at the NC Center for Geographic Information & Analysis, the State's Geographic Information System, retiring in 2013. He holds a Bachelor's degree from Vanderbilt University and a Master's degree from Duke University.

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