Understanding and Tracking Bird Migration- Online

Sponsored by Mass Audubon Education
November 2, 2021 (Tuesday) 7:00-8:30pm




Scott Weidensaul - Naturalist and Author ; Scott Santino - Education Manager and Teacher Naturalist, Ipswich River






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Bird migration is one of nature's most amazing spectacles, and for good reason. A little more than 900 species of birds breed in North American and studies show nearly 40% are migratory. Researchers are using ground-breaking new technologies, from highly miniaturized transmitters to the Doppler weather radar network, to better understand migration. With this information, we can better conserve species which need specific breeding, wintering, and migratory stopover spaces. Discover the many ways birds migrate, why ornithologists think they migrate, and the extraordinary ways they've evolved for a life of almost constant motion.

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