BIRDMAN FOREVER: Notable bird expert to lecture at the Museum of Nature and Science


You may be thinking it’s Michael Keaton, Bill Hader in ‘Portlandia,’ or possibly Rick’s friend from ‘Rick and Morty,’ but this birdman is a nonfiction, true to life… birdman. Noah Strycker is a photographer and writer who knows about all things bird, having travelled the globe to catch a glimpse of the feathered friends (‘fiends,’ if you’re the hood of my car) of the sky. He is in town to discuss and sign his new book, ‘Birding Without Borders,’ detailing his most recent bird watching escapade. Along with viewing 6,042 birds in a single year, he explores more than just the birds by going in depth on the life, problems, politics, and conservation efforts of the places he visited.

7 P.M., July 16. $12 for museum, BCOR, and Audubon members; $15 for nonmembers. Ricketson Auditorium in the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, 2001 Colorado Blvd. 303-370-6000; [email protected]