Birdability: Because Birding is for Everybody and Every Body - Virtual Program

The Forest Resources Research & Education Center
Oak Ridge
Thursday, May 27, 2021
7 - 8 pm

Birding is an activity that can bring so much joy and empowerment to everybody, but not everybody is able to go birding easily. Birdability is a non-profit organization focused on removing barriers to access for birders with mobility challenges, blindness or low vision, intellectual or developmental disabilities (including autism), mental illness, being Deaf or Hard of Hearing and other health concerns; and bringing the joy of birding to people with disabilities and other health concerns who arenít yet birders.

Learn about why this should matter to you (even if you donít have an accessibility challenge), ways to be a more welcoming and inclusive birder, the Birdability Map (and how to submit a Birdability Site Review) and our resources for birders (and potential future birders) with accessibility challengesÖ because birding is for everybody and every body! Learn more and find resources at birdability.org This program is co-sponsored by Tennessee Citizens for Wilderness Planning and the UT Arboretum Society.


Unless otherwise noted, all events are open to the public.