Programs

We in Santa Barbara are very lucky to have amazing natural history and birding experts available to present to us monthly. Our programs are usually the fourth Wednesday of the month at Farrand Hall at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History unless otherwise noted. The doors open at 7pm with programming starting at 7:30.

For the Fall of 2021, our monthly programs continue to be presented virtually. As each date approaches, look for an email—or on our website or social media—for a connection link. We hope to see you there! Are you new to Zoom? Please don’t let that deter you from joining us. Programs chair Aaron & Emily Kreiserg can help you get started. Call or email at: Hidden; Programs@SantaBarbaraAudubon.org.

Recordings of our virtual programs are available for viewing at:
Additional Resources->Videos


Program: Birding Peru with 4 Guides from 4 Continents

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This months program will be great! Fabulous photos of Peruvian birds as experienced by bird guides, some of whom have never birded in the western hemisphere! Don’t miss this presentation!

Special Event: Dr. Kenneth Rosenberg – Three Billion Birds Lost

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Lead author of the recent study documenting the loss of North American birds, Rosenberg will discuss what this means about the health of our environment and what we can do to restore bird populations.

Program: Living with Penguins

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This year’s November program is in December – But plan early you don’t want to miss this film and Q&A on Living With The Penguins!

Program: New Zealand Bird Conservation

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Join us in October when our own local birder, Glenn Kincaid, will speak on New Zealand’s native birds, their current status and some of the methods the Kiwis are using to save them.

Program: Conservation Adventures in Hotspots for Western Migratory Birds

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Many of our birds winter in Central America. Join us this September for tales of conservation efforts in western Central America which benefit the birds we see in the spring and fall.