Adult Speaker Series: Massachusetts Birds and Our Changing Climate

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Thursday, April 12, 2018
Falmouth Historical Society Cultural Center
Falmouth Historical Society Cultural Center
55 Palmer Ave.
Falmouth, MA 02540

People are passionate about birds, and each year more than 1 million Massachusetts residents enjoy watching wildlife as a hobby. As part of its commitment to protect the nature of Massachusetts, Mass Audubon has completed their third research project looking at the past, present, and projected future status of the birds that call the Commonwealth home. Join The 300 Committee and the Salt Pond Areas Bird Sanctuaries as Joan Walsh, Gerard A. Bertrand Chair of Natural History and Ornithology for Massachusetts Audubon Society, helps us examine how we can expect our treasured native birds to respond to the anticipated changes in climate, as well as discuss ways that we can all help to put the brakes on climate change.

Cost: Free

For more information:
Phone: (508) 540-0876
Category: Salt Pond Areas Bird Sanctuaries, The 300 Committee
Hosted By: The 300 Committee & Salt Pond Areas Bird Sanctuaries
Free EventMeetings & Workshops
great egret flying above Eel Pond in Mattapoisett

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