The Music of Nature – Bird Sound Lecture/Walk
March 23 @ 9:00 am - 11:30 am| $20.00
Join naturalist, Mary Jo Graham of Oakmoss Education, for an indoor presentation followed by a casual walk through Forest Lawn to discover some of the cemetery’s feathered residents. Birds have fascinated humans from our earliest times, not only for their ability to fly, but for the beautiful and interesting sounds they make. In this combination lecture and walk, we’ll discuss the various avian sounds and vocalizations paying special attention to their meaning and purpose. We’ll delve into cross-species “language” and spend a bit of time reveling in the beauty these amazing beings bring to our existence, both visually and audibly, as we stroll the grounds of the cemetery. Binoculars and field guides are encouraged!
Address: Forest Lawn Cemetery, 1990 Main St., Buffalo, NY 14208
Tickets: There is no need to print your e-tickets; attendees will be checked in by name.
Check-in: Check-in takes place at the Margaret L. Wendt Center, located at the cemetery address above.
Parking: There is plenty of parking in front of the Wendt Center.
For Your Comfort: This walk will be approximately 1.5 miles in length; we strongly encourage attendees to wear suitable outerwear/footwear as the route may include some wet/muddy and uneven terrain.
Refunds and exchanges: Ticket sales are final. No exchanges or refunds unless the walk is canceled.
Inclement Weather Policy: If severe weather is forecasted, we will monitor the conditions for the best chance of proceeding with the walk. Cancellations will be announced via email; make sure to check your spam folders.
Questions: Please call us at (716) 427-0727 or email Amizetta Haj, Director of Community Engagement, at firstname.lastname@example.org.