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Birds and Climate Change (virtual)

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Join us for Birds and Climate Change, the first talk in the Birds and Beyond science series!

Hear from Davin Lopez, an endangered species biologist with the Department of Natural Resources since 2005, to learn what birds can teach us about the impacts of climate change. Davin will discuss overall climate change trends in Wisconsin, along with how these trends are impacting birds, ecosystems, and people. He will delve into research on the impact of climate change on bird species, including research conducted by long-term data sets contributed to by local birders, and explore what these changes reveal about the broader implications of climate change. This insightful talk will highlight the critical role birds play as indicators of environmental health and the urgency of addressing climate challenges. 

Sunday, August 18, 2024, 3:00pm-4:00pm

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