Snowbirds Make the Smoky Mountain Area Near Sevierville Home-Away-From-Home Over the Winter
Learn More About these Feathery Guests from the Comfort of Your Sevierville Home
Natural historian Stephen Lyn Bales and the University of Tennessee Arboretum Society want to share information about our unique cold-weather visitors. You can learn where to look for these special birds, including which trees they prefer and the typical heights for their nests. Knowing their preferred foods can help you entice them to visit grassy areas around your business.
You don’t need to meet in person on a cold and snowy evening, but instead, everyone can make some hot cocoa and stay warm at home. The Zoom meeting has a scheduled date of Thursday, January 14, 2021, between 7:00 and 8:30 PM. You can contact Michelle Campanis at (865) 483-7277 to receive your Zoom credentials. Pre-registration is required, but you do not need a Zoom account for this event.
Some of the birds covered include:
- Winter wrens,
- Hermit thrushes,
- Yellow-bellied sapsuckers, and
- Dark-eyed juncos
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