When: March 06 from 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Where: Acacia Reservation, 26899 Cedar Rd Lyndhurst, Ohio 44124 map this
Have you ever noticed that the first spring bird songs begin as early as late January? By March, our resident birds are already claiming their territories and advertising for mates. These birds also provide very useful examples of the musical language that helps us remember their songs and those of the summer residents who will follow.
Presentation by Lisa Rainsong. Lisa Rainsong holds a Doctor of Musical Arts in Composition from the Cleveland Institute of Music and is a member of CIM’s music theory faculty. A soprano as well as a teacher and composer, she sings with the professional early music ensemble Quire Cleveland. Lisa also earned a Naturalist Certificate from the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, where her study focused on field experience. She now teaches classes on bird song, insect song, and amphibian song throughout Ohio She also does field recording of bird songs and insect songs and conducts surveys of “singing insects” - crickets and katydids – at parks and preserves throughout NE Ohio.
Her recording, photos, and stories from the field can be found on her blog, Listening in Nature at listeninginnature.blogspot.com.