Summer Fun Series: BIRDS
Bring the whole family down to the Joslyn Castle Wednesday evenings in June as our grounds are transformed into a classroom!
We are excited to invite the community to this FREE all-ages series that will teach us how to coexist with nature in our urban environment.
Tonight we welcome Nebraska Master Naturalist Clem Klaphake from the Audubon Society of Omaha for a bird identification presentation and a bird walk around the Joslyn Castle estate! Along the way, enjoy a talk how to best co-exist with our feathered friends.
Attendees will get to take home wild bird seed packets supplied by the Audubon Society (priority will be given to Joslyn Castle Keyholders, and it will be first come, first served).
The event begins at 6:30pm. Bring a lawn chair or a blanket as we will be on the lawns.
About our speaker Clem Klaphake: Master Naturalist Clem Klaphake is the past president of the Audubon Society of Omaha and the Nebraska Ornithologist's Union. He has taught various bird identification classes throughout the metro, has participated in numerous bird counts, and has led many birding field trips.