Friday, March 24th | 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. – Baltimore Oriole, Diamondback Terrapins and More: What Will it Take to Restore Maryland’s Most Iconic Species?
Christopher L. Rowe, Ph. D.,  Physiological Ecologist at the University of MD Center for Environmental Science’s Chesapeake Biological Laboratory; and Amanda D. Rodewald, Ph.D., Garvin Professor and Senior Director of Center for Avian Population Studies, Cornell Lab of Ornithology

Maryland’s most iconic species are facing great challenges to their survival, but that doesn’t have to happen. In 2022 the Maryland Darter fish was officially declared extinct and many more plant and animal species are going the way of the Dodo Bird.

Join this great webinar to hear Dr. Chris Rowe and Dr. Amanda Rodewald, discuss a few of Maryland’s most iconic species, and the challenges they are facing regarding habitat loss, species decline, and what you can do to prevent further loss of these species.

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