Fall Migration Birding

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Fall Migration Birding

Conservation and Stewardship Class with Online and Onsite Components
A black and yellow bird sitting atop joe-pye weed plant in bloom.
Meghan Newberry

Dates & Price

September 20 & 24, 2023

Fee: $49

Fee for Innovators, Gardens Preferred, and Gardens Premium Members: $44

This class is intended as an adult learning experience.  Find out more about our Family Learning experiences.

Registrations may be cancelled up to two weeks before the event, and your registration fee, less a $30 processing fee, will be refunded.

To notify us of your cancellation, email us or call 610-388-5454.

This class is sold out.

Innovators, Gardens Preferred, and Gardens Premium Members save on Continuing Education Courses

A 10% discount on classes will be applied automatically at the time of checkout. 

This walk offers a special opportunity to explore a section of Longwood not open to the public, but that is actively managed for biological and ecological diversity. Abbondi is a wonderful place to see birds, unique habitats, large specimen trees, and a diversity of plants that attract a wide variety of species. Learn how to identify different birds by their songs and calls, distinctive markings, and behaviors; see what types of trees and shrubs various birds are attracted to; and gather ideas for making your own home garden more “bird-friendly.”

Course Schedule

Online Orientation
Wednesday, September 20, 6:30–7:45 pm

Onsite Class
Sunday, September 24, 8:00 am–11:00 am

Inclement weather date: Sunday, October 1, 8:00 am–11:00 am

Full course content includes both the online and the onsite components.


Onsite at Longwood Gardens and an additional online session.

This program will take place partially or entirely outdoors. Please dress for the weather and wear footwear suited for walking on uneven paths and through wet areas.


Joe Sebastiani