Bird is the word in D.C.

March 29, 2013 by  

National Geographic editor, author and artist, Jonathan Alderfer, will be leading a tour and exploration event in Washington D.C. at the end of next month.

The ornithological day is expected to attract bird-enthusiasts, biologists, and nature-lovers. The day will start with a chance to meet Alderfer and have breakfast. Following this, a private tour of the exhibition ‘Birds of Paradise: Amazing Avian Evolution’ will be conducted by staff members of the National Geographic.

The exploration event will follow as the group leaves the city with Alderfer and heads for Dyke Marsh – a large tidal wetland area in the Washington D.C. area.

Jonathan Alderfer is well-known for his paintings, books, and reports pertaining to the birds. He authored Backyard Guide to the Birds of North America and the Bird-Watcher’s Bible. He has spent years seeking top located to view the rarest of regional birds and the most impressive.

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The cost for the event is $150 and includes the breakfast, tour, expedition, picnic lunch, and a signed copy of Alderfer’s recent book. Tickets may be purchased online via the National Geographic Live site.

It will go ahead on April 27, beginning at 9:00 am with 1145 17th Street NW its starting location.