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Wake Audubon Society Monthly Lecture: A Bird’s-eye View of Non-tidal Shorebird Habitat

  • Tuesday, January 12, 2016
  • 7:30pm - 9:30pm

Migratory shorebirds are difficult to monitor and manage, and populations have continued to decline despite international conservation efforts. Many shorebird species use a network of stopover wetlands to rest and feed during migration.  For effective conservation we must understand habitat variation through time and the species that use such habitats.  Danica Schaffer-Smith, a Duke University PhD candidate, will show us how she is using sophisticated satellite imagery with her fieldwork to guide shorebird conservation on the West Coast.

Yellowlegs. Photo by Emma Little.

Yellowlegs. Photo by Emma Little.

Wake Audubon Society Monthly Meetings are free and open to the public.  Join us as we discuss environmental issues, bird sightings, and ways to volunteer. The short business meeting is followed by a scientific program on conservation issues.  Refreshments are served.

Wake Audubon Society is an affiliate organization to the NC Museum of Natural Sciences.  For more information on their programs and outreach efforts, please visit Wake Audubon Society.

Details

Details

Date:
January 12
Times:
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Fee:
Free
Website:
http://www.wakeaudubon.org/

Venue

Environmental Conference Center

Nature Research Center
121 West Jones Street
Raleigh, NC 27601 United States
Phone:
919.707.8080

Organizer

Kari Wouk
919.707.9879