Join us when Jean Rolke, President of St. Johns County Audubon, presents All About Bird Calls. Birders don’t memorize all the bird calls, and actually that would be a futile endeavor! Take the Tufted Titmouse for example. Between its chinks, chips, trills, scolds, and whistles, this tiny vocal feathered creature can have up to 8 song variants in his repertoire. Birds are often heard before they can be seen and they communicate with rhythm, pitch, repetition, and tone. Once you tune your ears to listening for bird calls and recognize the habitats with the birds you find, the mystery of bird calls will finally be unveiled.