Hi to my birding friends.  If you aren't at the Muckrace today, come birding at 
Sapsucker Woods during Migration Celebration.

Check out the much anticipated Handbook of Bird Biology, 3rd Edition. Also have 
a sneak preview at the new online course that accompanies the book.  We will be 
at the Cornell Lab's Migration Celebration today 10am -3pm.

Kevin McGowan (the course instructor) Noah Warnke (web designer) and I will be 
at the "Learn from Afar" and the "Bird Academy" tables.

You can also try out our other  Bird Academy online courses such as Be a Better 
Birder: Duck and Waterfowl 

The Bird Academy table will be featuring interactive fun things like the 
upcoming "Flight Game" (an educational video game).

We will be making more official announcements about the offerings.

Migration Celebration has lots of events (as previously posted to the list).

More information here:
Migration Celebration<http://www.birds.cornell.edu/Page.aspx?pid=1816>

Please stop by and say hello. Extra incentive: We have chocolate at our table 
(while supplies last) and other freebies. :)
Apologies if you don't like plugs but so many of you have been asking me when 
the new book was coming out and I wanted you to be amongst the first to see it.

Also please let me know if anyone is wanting to do any birding road trips!


Lee Ann van Leer

Bird Academy Project Assistant
Bird Academy<https://academy.allaboutbirds.org/>
(607) 254-8312
Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Room 237
159 Sapsucker Woods Rd.
Ithaca, NY 14850

Try our Bird Academy 
and online bird webinars<http://www.birds.cornell.edu/courses/home/webinars>


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