Virtual Watching Wood-Warblers from Treetop to Forest Floors
Each spring, the sky is filled with small, colorful, insect-eating birds winging their way to northern breeding grounds. Wood-Warblers are diverse, beautiful, and a challenge to see, let alone identify. Join TPWD’s Texas Nature Trackers Biologist Craig Hensley for a presentation exploring the world of these birds. You’ll learn how to identify and discover these birds during the spring. This event is a virtual presentation, and links will be emailed on the day of the event. For questions, please contact our Programs Director, Laurie Brown email@example.com.
Bio: Craig Hensley has worked for Texas Parks and Wildlife Department for more than ten years. He has focused his career on sharing his passion and love of the natural world with children and adults from Minnesota to Texas. Hensley has an undergraduate degree in Fisheries and Wildlife Management and a Master’s in Zoology emphasizing birds. He is a life-long naturalist, a federally-licensed bird bander, and most importantly, a father to a son and daughter and grandfather to four beautiful granddaughters.