Program to address climate change and bird migration

The Northern Neck of Virginia Chapter of the National Audubon Society will sponsor a Zoom program on climate change as it relates to migrating birds. The program will be presented at 7 p.m. October 4.

For Zoom information, sign up and to obtain the Zoom information for the program, email and an email with instructions will be returned.

The speaker will be Dr. Amanda Gallinat, an ecologist with the USA Phenology Network. Phenology is the study of seasonal and cyclic natural phenomena among plants and animals. The Network was established in 2007 to collect, store, and share phenology and information among any and all parties from scientists to farmers and all others.

Dr. Gallinat’s research focuses on how environmental change affects plants, birds, and their interactions. Her work incorporates current research and historical data such as the actual field notes of Henry David Thoreau, long-term bird banding records, museum specimens and field observations…

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