Bexar Audubon Monthly Meeting: 30,000 Miles in Search of Godwits, from the Mexican Border to the Arctic Ocean by Bruce Beehler, PhD

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Bexar Audubon Monthly Meeting: 30,000 Miles in Search of Godwits, from the Mexican Border to the Arctic Ocean by Bruce Beehler, PhD

April 26, 2023 @ 6:30 pm

Free

In this in-person (and online) illustrated lecture, Dr. Beehler will recount the highlights of his more than five months in the field, from Nome and Point Barrow to Tuktoyaktuk, Moosonee, and Monomoy Island, searching for Hudsonian Godwits. Between 2019 and 2022, Dr. Bruce Beehler completed five field trips. He visited stop-over sites through the Great Plains; visited breeding habitat in western Alaska, Churchill, Manitoba, and the High Arctic of western Canada; and did field surveys at a famous autumn staging site in James Bay. In all, Dr. Beehler traveled solo by car more than 30,000 miles, encountering Hudsonian Godwits in 10 states and provinces.

Details

Date:
April 26, 2023
Time:
6:30 pm
Cost:
Free
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Website:
https://bexaraudubon.org/meetings-events/

Organizer

Bexar Audubon Society
Phone
210-698-8445
Email
engagement@bexaraudubon.org

Venue

Alamo Colleges District Conference Room
2222 N. Alamo
San Antonio, TX United States
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