The WFVZ also offers one-on-one training or private lessons in study skin and egg preparation and curation, taught by Collections Manager Mr. René Corado, and has internships available for upper-division college undergraduate and graduate students. Training is by appointment only and costs $75/person, $50 for member, for a 3-hour class.
Dr. Linnea Hall, an avian conservation biologist, also offers classes in Identification of Southern California Birds to professional biologists, students, and the general public. This popular class is taught every spring (April, May, or June), and is useful for birdwatchers, bird enthusiasts, or people who just want to learn more about birds! The class includes fieldtrips, and usually meets for 3-4 evening labs at the museum, and 3 Saturday fieldtrips. Students may take any or all classes, and classes can repeated multiple years! Call for pricing!
WFVZ'a 2018 Class “Introduction to Southern California Bird Identification" will be offered in May 2018. Click here for more info!
Study skin preparation class with René Bird identification class with Linnea