Nashville Zoo will host a program on February 10 from 11am-1pm for those who love birds and are interested in learning more about the Great Backyard Bird Count, how you can participate, and basic skills for successful bird counting.
Head over to Unseen New World to participate in bird-related educational activities, see bird artifacts, learn about how Nashville Zoo is protecting wild birds, and even meet one of Nashville Zoo’s bird ambassadors.
Participation is included with zoo admission.
The Great Backyard Bird Count is a citizen science project where people from around the world count birds for 15 minutes a day from February 15-18. The data you collect is used to assist researchers in tracking bird migrations and getting accurate population counts of different species. In 2018 there were 200,000 participants that helped count over 6,000 bird species. Learn more about how to join the fun.