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From Emps to Kingbirds: Unraveling the Diversity of Flycatchers

June 23, 2021 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Is it a Yellow-bellied or a Least? A Couch’s or a Tropical? The Tyrannidae are diverse and can be quite confounding. Join Craig Hensley for a look at the world of flycatchers. You’ll learn about their natural history and learn tips and tricks for identification, as well as the realities of limitations associated with field identification of a few. Approved for AAMN AT hours.

Craig Hensley, a lifelong naturalist and educator, is one of two Texas Nature Trackers Biologists with the Wildlife Diversity Program of Texas Parks & Wildlife Dept. He has had a long career of educating people of all ages about the wonders of nature, from Minnesota and his home state of Iowa to Texas, and places in-between. He is an avid birder, butterfly and wildflower enthusiast and perhaps, most important of all, the father of two wonderful children and four beautiful granddaughters.


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Photo Credit: Vermilion Flycatcher by Craig Hensley.


June 23, 2021
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm


Bexar Audubon Society
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