Unravel the mysteries and marvels of bird migration with Chris Eberly, one of Maryland’s leading authorities on bird migration, at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 5, at Southern Maryland Audubon’s monthly Zoom lecture. We will explore amazing migrations, from raptors to shorebirds to songbirds, and demonstrate how technology is helping scientists understand the complexities of bird migration. GPS, light-level geolocators, weather surveillance radar, and nanotags are unlocking these long-held secrets.
Zoom in and join us online. The presentation is free and open to all. (Though we always appreciate donations to support our work!)
To receive the link, sign up for our Osprey newsletter using the form at the bottom of our homepage at www.somdaudubon.org. We will email the link prior to the event.
This lecture can qualify for Master Naturalist continuing education.