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Saturday, March 22, 2014
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Songs of early spring
The Audubon Society of Greater Cleveland presents a talk on “The Triumphant Songs of Early Spring” by Lisa Rainsong of the Cleveland Institute of Music.
Mid-March through mid-April is an exciting time in Northeast Ohio with music from dawn well into the evening! Our resident birds are singing, the first of our summer visitors are returning, and early spring migrants sing as they pass through our woodlands and meadows. In addition, the amphibian chorus begins with powerful ensembles of wood frogs, spring peepers, and Western chorus frogs. Leopard frogs, Pickerel frogs, and American toads follow shortly thereafter. Dr. Lisa Rainsong will take you on a musical tour of the ensembles of early spring and offer suggestions on how to identify the individual musicians. Check out Dr. Rainsong’s blog at http://listeninginnature.blogspot.com.
Novak Education Center
381 Townline Road
More information: http://www.clevelandaudubon.org/
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