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CROWS - THE AVIAN EINSTEINS
Date: Saturday, October 19, 2019
Location: Wild Birds Unlimited of Lake Forest Park
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
We are thrilled to have Connie Sidles as our guest lecturer on October 19! Ms. Sidles will discuss the highly intelligent crow and its ability to recognize human faces, make tools, develop strong family bonds, and more!!
You don't want to miss this interesting and enlightening seminar about the Avian Einstein!
About Constance Sidles
Constance Sidles is the founder and president of Constancy Press, LLC.
She is a master birder with more than 600 North American birds on her life list. She has led several trips for Seattle Audubon Society and currently serves as Ms. Sidles is a Master Birder and author of numerous books. She is currently the Conservation Chairperson of the Seattle Audubon Society. She has also chaired the Seattle Audubon’s Publications Committee. While serving on this committee, she helped produce revised and/or reprinted versions of Amphibians of the Pacific Northwest, Reptiles of Washington & Oregon, Butterflies of Cascadia, A Field Guide to the Common Wetland Plants of Washington and NW Oregon, and Dragonflies of Washington.
Sidles has written more than 550 feature articles in 65 different publications and has authored the book In My Nature, a book about the relationship between wild nature and human nature.
Sidles has served on several boards of directors, including the Seattle School Board (elected in 1987; served four years), the Advertising Production Association of Puget Sound, Friends of the Washington Commission for the Humanities, and the Institute for Soldier Healing. She also served for many years on the Graphics Advisory Committee and the Vocational Education Advisory Committee of the Seattle Public School District.
Sidles graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Chicago with a degree in Egyptology.