Thank you to everyone who came out for this lecture!
Tracking our Feathered Friends:
Bird Diversity Trends at Pepperwood
Friday, September 15, 2017
Open house at 6:30, lecture starts at 7:00
$10 suggested donation at the door
No reservations necessary
Join staff members Michelle Halbur and Nicole Barden as you learn about the importance of birds as indicators of ecosystem health and how watching and listening to birds tells us the story of our landscape.
You’ll hear the results of over 10 years of bird monitoring data collected at Pepperwood by citizen scientists. Discover some of the birds who call Pepperwood home, hear what they sound like, and learn how they are doing. You’ll find out how you can become a backyard citizen scientist by utilizing online data tracking resources that are fun and user friendly.
This engaging presentation will give you a renewed appreciation for our local birds and a better understanding of some of the scientific work underway at Pepperwood.