11-14 – Getting Ready for Winter Bird Feeding


Presentation by Dave Titterington
Monday, Nov. 14th, 7:00 p.m.
Culler Middle School, 52nd & Vine

Dave Titterington is founder of the Wild Bird Habitat Stores, a family owned and operated business that opened in 1993. Today Wild Bird Habitat has two locations in Lincoln operated by Dave, his wife Linda, and daughter Katie specializing in backyard bird feeding, bird conservation, environmental education and outdoor birding recreation. He is well known in the area as a birding extraordinaire.
Dave actively supports and participates in a number of conservations groups in Nebraska including: Nebraska Birding Trails Project, Bluebirds Across Nebraska, Raptor Recovery Nebraska, and was a former member-at-large on the Nebraska Bird Partnership Steering Committee. He spent 12 years as a teacher/naturalist at the Pioneers Park Nature Center where he helped to educate children and adults on a variety of nature topics and was the recipient in 2002 of the Edna M. Shields award“Sharing Nature with Children.”
In 2005 he was awarded the Journal Star Howard Weigers Outstanding Wildlife Conservation Award. Dave also received the Lyman’s Award and Earthkeeper Award from National Audubon’s Wachiska Chapter of South Eastern Nebraska. In 2015 he was awarded the Conservation Communicator Award from the Nebraska Wildlife Federation. Also in 2015 Lincoln’s Wild Bird Habitat Stores were the recipients of Best Birding Retailer in the U.S selected by leaders in the bird feeding industry.

https://www.wildbirdhabitatstore.com/

http://ne.audubon.org/about-us/history-audubon-nebraska

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