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Washtenaw Bird & Nature Alliance Talk


Wednesday April 17, 2024: 6:00pm to 7:45pm  Add to Calendar /   Add to Google Calendar


Downtown Library: 1st Floor Lobby


Join Len Sander for an informative program on birding in Costa Rica. This Central American country, despite its small size, has one of the greatest biodiversities in Latin America, with 948 bird species, including seven endemics and 73 near-endemics. Len Sander is professor emeritus of physics and complex systems at the University of Michigan, a keen birder, and an avid photographer.

Washtenaw Bird and Nature Alliance (formerly known as the Washtenaw Audubon Society) holds monthly meetings feature entertaining and informative speakers. The program kicks off with announcements of recent bird sightings and upcoming events. Past speaker topics have included: the impact of climate change on bird populations, birding around the world, butterflies, amphibians, reptiles, endangered species, bird banding, nature photography, and Great Lakes issues with emphasis on birds. Meetings are free and open to the public – you do not need to be a member to attend a meeting.

This event is in partnership with the Washtenaw Bird and Nature Alliance, formerly known as the Washtenaw Audubon Society.