Interweaving biological and economic research findings with stories about people and birds, Dr. Rodewald will illustrate how tropical forest management can support sustainable communities and sustainable habitats.
Dr. Bridget Stutchbury is an author and Distinguished Research Professor and Canada Research Chair in Ecology and Conservation Biology at York University, Toronto. This program will delve into the difficult and soul-searching questions we confront in the Anthropocene era about what we can and should do for birds on the brink of extinction.
Dr. Drew Lanham is a widely published author and award-nominated poet, writing about his experiences as a birder, hunter and wild, wandering soul. Join us to hear his talk on “connecting the conservation dots” and “coloring the conservation conversation”.
Lynn E. Barber is the author of Birds in Trouble and Extreme Birder which chronicled her ABA big year. She will speak about her quests and adventures from her Texas and Alaska big years, which will be covered in a forthcoming book.