Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Little Simons Island Blog

I was surfing the web for bat information for our Georgia Coast Birding & Nature Festival, October 7-10, 2010.

Yes, I want everyone to know that the Jekyll Island Authority has taken on the birding and nature festival for the Georgia coast. This year’s festival is going to have a wide range of appeal. Yes, birds are a big part of the festival. Hey, I am a birder after all. We are adding trips for beginners birders. These trips will have great tips on how to improve birding skills. Also we are planning family activities with field trips. There will be sessions on birds, turtles, marsh and beach. Of course, there is going to be an evening field trip to learn about bats and owls.
So there I was surfing the net for bats and found this blog:
www.naturelssi.com Little St. Simons Island Naturalists are working on some wonderful conservation projects. It is going on my blog log. Check it out.


Rick said...

That's good news, Lydia. Alison and I wish we could be there; it looks like she'll be a conference in Atlanta in November, but October just doesn't fit our schedule, alas. All the best,

dAwN said...

howdee Lydia..i wanted to get back to you about my camera..I have two..if you look in my sidebar you can see pics of them. I take my little panasonic point and shoot everywhere..I take the Canon when i go birding or sometimes i pull it out when around the house to get a better close up.
I love both cameras. If i had to pick one it would be the small Panasonic because I like to always carry a camera with me.

Hope that helps..feel free to ask any questions..

Some day We will catch the Georgia Bird and Nature festival.

Lydia said...

Thanks Dawn, You are the fourth one that has told me that the Canon is the one camera for birds.