Birding is the identification and observation of wild birds in their natural habitat as a recreation.
These classes teach the philosophy of birding, tools for bird watching, bird anatomy, field marks, bird songs and more. Participants will also learn about places to bird in the Fargo-Moorhead area. Please bring binoculars. The first class is a lecture followed by eight early morning field trips.
This class teaches the philosophy of birding, places to bird in the Fargo-Moorhead area, tools for bird watching, bird anatomy, field marks, bird songs and more. The first class includes a lecture in the Depot Board Room (701 Main Ave) on Monday, April 4 (6:30-9:00 pm) followed by six 7:00 am field trips May 6, 7,13, 14, 20, 21.
This advanced class is designed to help the a birder recognize the common species of the are and particularly those unique birds that migrate through the Fargo-Moorhead Red River corridor. The class works on both visual and auditory identification. The first class includes a lecture in the Depot Board Room (701 Main Ave) on Tuesday, April 5 (6:30-9:00 pm) followed by six 7:00 am field trips May 6, 7, 13 , 14, 20, 21.
Fargo Park District Programs & Leagues
All Fargo Park District programs and leagues are first come first serve. Please be advised, a lot of programs and leagues fill up before the registration deadline. You cannot register for a program or league that is already full. Some programs and leagues have waitlists. If you are on a waitlist, you are NOT registered and are only contacted if a spot becomes available.