The public is welcome! Bring a friend and stay for refreshments following the program.
PROGRAM ANNOUNCEMENT: “Coastal Birds of Alabama”
PRESENTED BY: Dr. John Dindo, Senior Marine Scientist Assistant Director (retired), Dauphin Island Sea Lab
Thursday, September 28, from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm (CDT) The FMW Audubon Society Monthly Chapter Meeting’s special guest will be Dr. Dindo. Dr. Dindo will be discussing the work he has done over the past 40 years studying coastal nesting sites of pelicans, herons, egrets, and terns.
BS. Univ of Alaska, Marine Science
MS. Ph.D. Univ of Alabama Marine Ecology
Major research: coastal birds and fisheries including shark tagging research.
JOIN US HERE: Baroco Science Center, Bldg. 21 (Room 2142, across the breezeway from the Planetarium) 21 Airport Blvd Pensacola, FL 32504
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Connecting with the next generation of conservation leaders FMWAS participates in the Audubon Florida Conservation Leadership Initiative (CLI). Audubon Florida’s Conservation Leadership Initiative (CLI) is a unique, inter-generational experience uniting Audubon’s leaders with a diverse group of college students from across Florida. CLI includes co-mentoring opportunities for Audubon leaders and college students to network, share, and learn from each other.
Through this experience, students are introduced to Audubon conservation initiatives, and Audubon leaders learn how to better engage, communicate with, and develop the next generation of leaders. CLI provides an opportunity for undergraduate college students to immerse themselves in Audubon, strengthen leadership skills, and gain an understanding of career opportunities in conservation.
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