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Birds and Climate Change: A Climate Conversation

According to a recent study by The National Audubon Society, the bird population in North America has fallen by 25 percent since 1970, with the continent now home to 3 billion fewer birds than about half a century ago.
Our Birds experts will tell us how the bird population is getting impacted by the climate crisis and the warming world around us. Followed by a short talk on meaningful legislation that can help accelerate climate action in Delaware and help us achieve net zero by 2050.
This conversation will be co-hosted by Delaware Audubon Society, Delaware Nature Society and Delaware Sierra Club.
Panelists:
Dr. Ian Stewart, Ornithologist, Delaware Nature Society
Steve Cottrell, President, Delaware Audubon Society
Dustyn Thompson,
Advocacy and Outreach Organizer
Delaware Sierra Club
After the presentations we will have 15-20 minutes for Q & A.
The Climate Conversation Program is funded by Energize Delaware.

Date

May 24 2022
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Time

5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

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