Venue:  

  • April 15, 2021
    6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

image of Lesser Goldfinch singing

Climate Watch Training
Thursday, April 15, 2021, 6:00-7:30 PM CT
Presenter: Angel Poe
Zoom Presentation | Registration Required | FREE
Register Here

Participation in Climate Watch is a unique opportunity to show the impact of global climate change on a personal, local level. This Audubon initiative relies on community members to observe potentially vulnerable bird species and report their findings, helping scientists understand how birds are responding to a changing climate. You do not need to be an experienced birder to participate, just willing to learn to identify an assigned bird species, and the ability to survey one morning during the period of May 15-June 15. Audubon Education Specialist Angel Poe will teach you how to participate in this project, including how to use our GIS mapping system to plan your surveys and providing an overview of the protocol. We request you attend this training session if you are new to this project. To learn more about Audubon’s ClimateWatch program, go to https://www.audubon.org/conservation/new-to-climate-watch .

*The training is approved for Alamo Area Master Naturalist Advanced Training and participation in the project is approved for AAMN volunteer hours.