Tahoe Arts and Mountain Culture
Tahoe Arts and Mountain Culture

Winter Wildlife Survival with TINS Jan 22

Posted on December 24, 2013
Filed Under Birding at Tahoe, South Tahoe Events

TINS Winter Brids of the RegionHave you ever wondered what our animals do for the winter? Do Tahoe bears really hibernate? Exactly what IS hibernation, anyway? Where do the frogs go? What about the birds, squirrels, and insects?

Join the Tahoe Institute of Natural Science for Winter Wildlife Survival on January 22, 2014 in South Shore for a slide show and fascinating presentation. 

In this talk, Will Richardson will present an overview of the strategies used by Tahoe wildlife for enduring long Sierra Nevada winters, and highlight many fascinating examples of how these strategies are employed.

Many birds survive the cold and snow of the Sierra Nevada in winter. Learn how birds are capable of surviving cold weather, how some birds only end up in the Tahoe area in winter, what some of the species to expect in winter are, and what rarities might show up.

This popular talk will take place January 22, from 7-8pm at Unity at the Lake, located at 1195 Rufus Allen Blvd, South Lake Tahoe, CA.

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