Staff + Faculty Fall Birding Series

Join the Moore Lab of Zoology for a seasonal bird walk, or two, around campus. 


Nov18
8:00 am - 9:00 am
2021-11-18 08:00:00 2021-11-18 09:00:00 Staff + Faculty Fall Birding Series

Want to spot which birds are here on campus this fall? Moore Lab's Dr. Ryan Terrill will be leading staff and faculty (students welcome too!) around Oxy grounds for two bird walks on Thursday, October 28 and Thursday, November 18. Join us as we take a look at the birds that are visiting us during fall migration.

Let us know if you'll be there, RSVP at jwong3@oxy.edu

We'll be meeting in front of the Anderson Center for Environmental Sciences at 8:00 a.m. for both bird walks. Bring your binoculars, we will also have some to share.

About Dr. Ryan Terrill

Image of Dr. Ryan Terrill and his dog AniDr. Terrill is Moore Lab's Postdoctoral Researcher. As the lead on the Mexican Bird Resurvey Project, he is using big biodiversity data and genomic tools to understand how a century of human-caused change has impacted birdlife. Dr. Terrill studies the evolution of bird molt and is an expert on local birds. He serves on the California Bird Records Committee, the group that compiles the official state bird list.

America/Los_Angeles public
Event Date: Thursday, November 18, 2021

Want to spot which birds are here on campus this fall? Moore Lab's Dr. Ryan Terrill will be leading staff and faculty (students welcome too!) around Oxy grounds for two bird walks on Thursday, October 28 and Thursday, November 18. Join us as we take a look at the birds that are visiting us during fall migration.

Let us know if you'll be there, RSVP at jwong3@oxy.edu

We'll be meeting in front of the Anderson Center for Environmental Sciences at 8:00 a.m. for both bird walks. Bring your binoculars, we will also have some to share.

About Dr. Ryan Terrill

Image of Dr. Ryan Terrill and his dog AniDr. Terrill is Moore Lab's Postdoctoral Researcher. As the lead on the Mexican Bird Resurvey Project, he is using big biodiversity data and genomic tools to understand how a century of human-caused change has impacted birdlife. Dr. Terrill studies the evolution of bird molt and is an expert on local birds. He serves on the California Bird Records Committee, the group that compiles the official state bird list.

Photo of Townsend's Warbler