Posted by: Sandy Steinman | July 14, 2020

SFBBO Waterbird Research – Zoom Presentation

Golden Gate Audubon’s Online Speaker Series

This month’s feature: SFBBO Waterbird Research

with Dr. Max Tarjan

 This Thursday, July 16th at 7 pm

Learn about four decades of waterbird research and conservation in the San Francisco Bay Area!

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The San Francisco Bay Area offers important habitat for nesting and migratory birds at the center of the Pacific Flyway. This region also supports a large human population, and has lost an estimated 90% of historic tidal marsh habitat to urban development, industry, and agriculture. For four decades, the San Francisco Bay Bird Observatory has worked with Bay Area citizens to study and protect the area’s remaining waterbirds and their habitats. These projects rely on rigorous data collection, citizen science, and local partnerships to understand bird habitat use and inform conservation actions. A Q&A will be held after the lecture with the “Chat” feature on Zoom.

How To Sign In: Our free Speaker Series webinar is available on a first come, first serve basis with a limit of 250 participants. Please make sure to download the Zoom app before the Speaker Series begins. You will need a passcode to sign into the event. Links and passcode are provided above

About Our Speaker: Dr. Max Tarjan is the Waterbird Program Director at the San Francisco Bay Bird Observatory. Dr. Tarjan has over a decade of experience tracking the spatial movements and populations of birds and mammals in central California.

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