Continuing Education

Penny Rose

Penny Rose

Penny Rose has worked as a naturalist and Education Specialist with the City of Seattle, Parks and Recreation Department at Discovery Park for a number of years.  As a Master Birder, she has served on Seattle Audubon’s Education and Classes Committee, led numerous field trips, participated in the Christmas Bird Count for 15 years and initiated and coordinates the Discovery Park Monthly Neighborhood Bird Project in partnership with the Seattle Audubon Society. She has participated in the USGS North American Breeding Bird Survey in Okanogan County for the past six years. 

After serving on the Board of the Washington Ornithological Society for four years as the Vice-President and President she has returned to serve as the current interim President. In addition, she serves as a guide for Evergreen Escapes.  

Courses Taught

Winter Birds of the Skagit Flats

Winter is one of the most spectacular times to bird in the Pacific Northwest. The Skagit, Samish and Stilliguamish are awash in swans, snow geese, eagles, hawks and falcons. Class time will introduce you to the identification of common species of waterfowl and raptors large and small. Then, our field trip will take us to the river flats to observe the winter visitors seeking shelter and food along the Pacific flyway.

*A field trip participation waiver form will be provided upon registration.

ThSa 6:30pm–8:30pm Feb 8Feb 10 (2 sessions) $99.00
On Campus: CC Bldg, Room 3346 (Main Campus, Map)
9600 College Way N Seattle WA 98103
Class meets in classroom on Thursday, 2/8 from 6:30-8:30 pm and on Saturday, 2/10/18 from 8:00 am - 3:00 pm for an all-day field trip.
This class is already in session. Please call or email the Continuing Education office for possible late registration.
Due to a technical glitch, spring quarter is not publishing here. For that schedule, please visit: https://www.campusce.net/nscc/category/category.aspx