Updated: Jan 5
Tues, Jan 10 - A Live and Zoom talk sponsored by the Friends of Hopkins
President, International Bird Conservation Partnership & Affiliate Fellow, University of Nebraska
Birds Without Borders:
How Migratory Birds Connect Counties, Countries, and Continents Across the Pacific
Tuesday, January 10 at 7 PM LIVE at the Boatworks Lecture Hall at the Hopkins Marine Station.
Dr. Nico Arcilla has been conducting research in bird ecology and conservation for over 20 years. Her talk will explore the world of bird migration along the Pacific coast and across the Pacific ocean, highlighting Peregrine Falcons’ annual journeys from the Arctic tundra to South American coastal deserts, Pacific Golden Plovers’ flights from North America to remote South Pacific islands, and Snowy Plovers’ migrations along the coast of California, including the Monterey Peninsula.
Register to see this webinar at: tinyurl.com/2zphtxja