Online Programs

Tern the Page 2022

Welcome Tern the Page Members!

We can't wait to discuss these four bird-themed books with you. This website will be your guide during the book club.  Here, we will post bonus videos and articles for you to enjoy.  You will also find direct links to each Zoom book club meeting so you won't need to search for those.  Don't forget to check in each month to explore new content!

Book Club Bonus Materials

Join our Tern the Page Members-only Facebook Group - must request to join.  We will share links about the club books, discuss birding and conservation, show off our favorite bird book recommendations and most importantly, get to know each other better.
 


 


 

Zoom Backgrounds for Download

Click on th links below, then right click and hit Save As 

How to download and use Zoom backgrounds - click the link to learn how to use Zoom backgrounds

January: Falcon Freeway by Christian Hagenlocher

The Birding Project website

The Birding Project Trailer presented by Maven

The Birding Project video by Christian Hagenlocher

February: Sparrow Envy by J. Drew Lanham

Interview with On Being - January 28, 2021

Listen to "Love from a Song" read from Sparrow Envy on the On Being podcast

Listen to In the Thicket with J. Drew Lanham on Wild Connection: The Podcast

How Am I Going to Be Perceived as a Black Man With Binoculars?”: J. Drew Lanham on Christian Cooper and Rules for the Black Birdwatcher - Vanity Fair

Listen to Prairie Warbler on This is Love podcast

DEVEAUX BANK: Reflections of a Cultural Ornithologist

Behind the Binoculars with Drew Lanham

 

March: Ornitherapy by Holly Merker

Ornitherapy website

"Out There with the Birds" podcast interview by Bird Watcher's Digest with Holly Merker

Nature Guys podcast with Holly Merker

Watch Intro to Birding by Holly Merker - part of the Making Bird Connections virtual lecture series for Hog Island Audubon Camp

Read A Birding Interview with Holly Merker by Noah Stryker for ABA Magazine (page 20)

Valley Forge Audubon Society presents Ornitherapy by Holly Merker


 

April: Peterson Field Guide to Bird Behavior by John Kricher

A Guide to Bird Behavior with John Kricher - American Birding Association podcast - January 7, 2021
John Kricher, Author of the Peterson Reference Guide to Bird Behavior: In Virtual Conversation by Reads & Company - November 19, 2020 
Bird Behavior with John Kricher on WICN Public Radio
Titcomb's Bookshop Interview on FB Live
 

Book Club Schedule

All book club meetings and author visits will take place over Zoom at 7:30pm Eastern Time.  Links will be provided closer to the program dates, so check back for those!

January 12: Office Hours - How to Zoom (Click the link to join at 7:30pm ET). Feel free to join us on January 12 if you want to learn more about Zoom and how to use it.  We won't be discussing books but we will be there to answer all your questions about special Zoom features and make sure you're comfortable with the technology before our first meeting.

January 19: Falcon Freeway book club meeting

January 26: Meet the Author with Christian Hagenlocher 

February 16: Sparrow Envy book club meeting

February 23: Meet the Author with Drew Lanham 

March 23: Ornitherapy book club meeting 

March 30: Meet the Author with Holly Merker

April 20: Peterson Guide to Bird Behavior book club meeting 

April 27: Meet the Author with John Kricher

Meet the Author Recordings

We will post the recorded meetings here on the day following the meeting.

 

Book Club Facilitators

Eva Matthews Lark - Hog Island Program Manager and Tern the Page Moderator
Eva Matthews Lark has an MS degree in Recreation & Parks Management from Frostburg State University and a BS degree in Environmental Science from Lander University. She works year-around for Hog Island and manages the various social media channels, marketing, and camp registration, in addition to scholarships, contracts, and rentals. She is now the director of our international Costa Rica Teen Camp and the Mountains to Sea Birding for Teens session at Hog Island.  She is a guest speaker for local Audubon chapters and enjoys moderating birding talks online. She has been a birder for over a decade and credits the winter warblers of Florida as being her spark birds.  In her free time she enjoys traveling with her wife and two rescue dogs. She particularly enjoys birding competitions with friends and is an avid eBirder and Fantasy Birder.  Her favorite bird guide is the Sibley Birds East and her favorite bird book is Life List: A Woman's Quest for the World's Most Amazing Birds by Olivia Gentile, about Phoebe Snetsinger's quest to see all the birds in the world.  She loves books about birds and nature and has over 250 titles in her home collection.


 

Kimberly Keller - Development and Communication Associate for Seabird Institute
Kimberly Keller graduated from Elizabethtown College after studying Music and Business Administration and spent nearly 10 years in the performing arts sector prior to joining Audubon in 2020. As part of the Audubon flock, she works to streamline development processes, increase community engagement through new, local partnerships and create exciting content online and at our facilities. Kim spent her childhood watching migrations with her parents in Central PA, but would not have identified as a “birder” before arriving at Audubon. These days, she relishes soaking in loon calls on the Damariscotta Lake. She rediscovered her love of reading during quarantine and looks forward to diving into birdy books with the Tern the Page Book Club .

 

 
Contact Us!

Hog Island Office Number: (207) 360-7733 x300
Eva Matthews Lark: Email

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