The Lebanon Birding Club, a.k.a. John W Sellars Chapter of the Tennessee Ornithological Society, meets again at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, 28 March 2020 at the Sadie Ford Heritage Farm & Arts Museum located across the highway and 500 feet south of the entrance to Cedars of Lebanon State Park.
The program will be on hummingbirds and our guest presenter will be Cyndi Routledge from Southeastern Avian Research (SEAR). This organization promotesin the conservation and preservation of hummingbirds and other neotropical migrants through scientific study and education. For additional details visit: southeasternavianresearch.org
As always, anyone and everyone interested in birding or hummingbirds is invited and welcome to attend our meeting. There is never any pressure to join our organization, but we hope you find something you like and will return.
The Sadie Ford Historical Farm is located at
5186 Hwy 231
Lebanon, TN 37090
Park in the gravel area between the farm house and the barn, and enter the farmhouse from the back porch accessible via the wood ramp at the rear of the house.
NOTE: There is no refrigerator nor any way to heat food at the Sadie Ford farmhouse. Please bring a sack lunch to enjoy with the group after the meeting.
We hope to see you Saturday, 28 March 2020.