Eco-Hour Live Chat with Conservation Biologist Jim Arrigoni
Birds, Bugs & Frogs: the Science Behind Reported Global Declines
Thursday, April 2; 4pm
Periodically, the scientific community sounds alarm about staggering declines in global populations of life forms as diverse as bugs, birds, frogs, bats, and bees. However, in the Connecticut River estuary, we are witnessing remarkable recoveries of charismatic species such as Bald Eagles, Ospreys, and Atlantic Sturgeon. This week, join Jim as he describes how scientists (including citizen scientists!) compile large-scale datasets, and explores how to reconcile global reports with our local perspective.
While we are offering this program for free, we ask that you consider a suggested donation of $10.
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