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|California Birds and Global Warming|
|Date||Thursday April 21|
|Time||6:30 PM - 8:30 PM|
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Northbrae Community Church
941 the Alameda
Berkeley, CA 94707
|Organizer/Author||Northbrae Community Church|
How will California birds be affected by climate change? Recent research by the National Audubon Society on North American birds and climate change is helping us predict what could happen to the ranges of California species such as Western Grebe, Clark's Grebe, Black Oystercatcher, Long-billed Curlew, Allen's Hummingbird, and Yellow-billed Magpie. Andrea Jones, Director of Bird Conservation for Audubon California, will share what the models tell us, how Audubon is using this research to guide its statewide conservation work, and what we all can do to help California birds survive as changes come to both climate and habitat.
As Director of Bird Conservation for Audubon California, Andrea Jones leads the organization's coastal programs and works with Audubon chapters to implement conservation projects at high-priority Important Bird Areas (IBAs). Previously, she directed the coastal waterbird program for Massachusetts Audubon. She received her M.S. in Wildlife Conservation/Ornithology and her B.S. in Wildlife Biology and Management from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
$5 or free for members.