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Seattle Audubon Meetings

Join us for Engaging Presentations from Leading Experts! 

Our meetings are open to the general public and we invite you to become a supporter and advocate of a community that values birds and nature.


January Program Meeting: Dr. Trina Bayard
Survival by Degrees: 369 Species on the Brink

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 https://my.seattleaudubon.org/survival_by_degrees​ 
Seating is available for the first 100 people to arrive on the evening of the event. Doors open at 7:00 p.m. 

 

Thursday, January 23, 2020
7:30 – 9:00 p.m.
Patagonia Seattle, 2100 1st Ave. 

Audubon’s new science shows that two-thirds (389 out of 604) of North American bird species are at risk of extinction from climate change. The good news is that our science also shows that if we take action now we can help improve the chances for 76% of species at risk. Please join us for a look at Audubon’s new science on the impacts of climate change on North American bird species, including a discussion of what this means for birds in Washington and resources on how to take action to address the root causes of climate change.

Dr. Trina Bayard

 

Dr. Trina Bayard is director of bird conservation at Audubon Washington. A Washington native, Trina traces her love for birds and nature to her childhood experiences hiking, camping and exploring the outdoors in Puget Sound and beyond. Trina holds a PhD in avian ecology from the University of Connecticut.

 

For more information regarding Program Meetings, contact Community Engagement Manager, Wendy Walker: wendyw@seattleaudubon.org 

photo: Mick Thompson/Eastside Audubon

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