Walking Tour: Birds of Prey with Jason Ward
During spring migration, millions of birds make their way down from Canada to Central and South America. Many of these birds travel over 6,000 miles to the warmer southern regions, accompanied by birds of prey who are also making the trip south. On this walk, you will learn how to identify raptors such as hawks, vultures, owls, and other birds of prey as they fly over Kennesaw Mountain.
Bio: Jason Ward is a birder, writer for the National Audubon Society and an educator at Zoo Atlanta. Born and raised in The Bronx, NYC, his love for wildlife began at a young age when he fell in love with dinosaurs. Now, he gets to share his love for modern-day dinosaurs with the public during his monthly bird walks at Piedmont Park. Jason’s mission is to change the way the public views wildlife, and blaze a trail for children in underserved communities.RSVP Now