Virtual Advanced Raptor Identification with Bill Clark

November 13, 2020 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Cooper’s or Sharp-shinned Hawk? This workshop will help you learn the differences!

Friday, November 13th (Evening 6-8pm) &

Saturday November 14th (Morning 9-11am/Afternoon 1-3pm)

We are excited to have raptor expert & Peterson Guide to Hawks co-author, Bill Clark, join us virtually for an Advanced Raptor ID Course. This 6-hour workshop (three 2-hour segments) is sure to help bring you up a notch in your hawkwatching skills and give you the tricks and tips you need for identification. Bill will provide an ID skill review and then go into details on accipiters, buteos, eagles, vagrants, and unusual plumages.

The course will run live virtually Friday 6-8pm, Saturday 9-11am & 1-3pm with a minimum of 8 participants and maximum of 50. Please note if the minimum is not met, full cost will be refunded.

Online registration is closed.

Please contact Margie Menzies and Janelle Long to see if space is still available.

*NOTE: Virtual link & other information will be emailed to you after online registration. If you don’t receive the invite link by Wednesday, November 11th or have other questions, please send an email to both and

Raptor expert, Bill Clark, is a photographer, author, researcher, and lecturer and has over 5 decades experience working with birds of prey, including 5 years as Director of NWF’s Raptor Information Center.  He has published numerous articles on raptor subjects; has traveled extensively world-wide studying, observing, and photographing raptors; and regularly leads raptor and birding tours and workshops, both home and abroad. He is the co-author of the Peterson Guide to Hawks and Photographic Guide to North American Raptors, as well as author of field guides for Europe, Africa, and Central America.