ONLINE: Spring Audubon Talk—Birds: Coast and Climate
April 22, 2021 , 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Registration and more information coming soon.
In 2020, the northern coast of the Gulf of Mexico experienced an unprecedented hurricane season with ten of the thirty named storms, formed in the Atlantic basin, making landfall in the region. The threat of increased frequency and severity of storm events is only one of many issues that coastal ecosystems, including coastal birds, face in the wake of climate change. Join Alabama Audubon’s Coastal Biologist, Sabrina Cobb, as she facilitates this important conversation with researchers from across the Gulf Coast on how climate change is impacting coastal systems and the birds that rely on them for this special Earth Day event.
This event will coincide with our Annual Membership Meeting. More details to come.
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