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Talk to address ways to stop the decline of birds

Sep 08, 2020
Courtesy of: Jeff Wells Jeff Wells will talk about climate solutions to protect birds Sept. 17.

Mid-Coast Audubon will host its monthly learning events online this fall in partnership with the Camden Public Library. National Audubon’s Dr. Jeff Wells will take a closer look at declining insect populations and the overwhelming, far-reaching effects of climate change, Thursday, Sept. 17 at 6 p.m. Wells will discuss how everyone can push for positive changes that deal with these issues.

Wells is one of the nation’s leading bird experts, a conservation biologist focusing on protection of Canada’s Boreal Forest region and author of “Birder’s Conservation Handbook.” He was part of the author team of the forthcoming book, “Birds of Maine” that was a project of Maine ornithologist, the late Peter Vickery. Wells and his wife Allison Childs Wells, author the weekly column “A Bird’s Tale” in the Boothbay Register and Wiscasset Newspaper. They are  co-authors of the books “Maine’s Favorite Birds” and “Birds of Aruba, Bonaire, and Curacao.”

To register for the event, please email Julia Pierce at jpierce@librarycamden.org to request the Zoom login information.

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Comments (1)
Posted by: ANANUR FORMA | Sep 08, 2020 10:04

have read that birds do not like cell towers, dangerous for them.



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