This video from the USA says about itself:
Cornell Lab of Ornithology Young Birders Event 2013
28 jan 2014
A group of the brightest young birders gathers for one weekend each summer at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology to explore their shared passions for science, nature, and birds.
The Cornell Lab of Ornithology writes about this event in 2014:
Apply by March 15 for Young Birders Event
Our annual Young Birders Event is one long weekend of total immersion in the world of birds and science at the Cornell Lab. Attendees go birding, take classes from our scientists, explore our collections, discover careers, and make friends. The event is open to rising high school sophomores through seniors; 16 young people are chosen. Enrollment is competitive, but the experience will be unforgettable. This year’s event is July 10–13; thanks to Zeiss for making this event possible. Learn more and apply by March 15.
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