Although the rise of sea levels due to climate change have fairly direct impacts on coastal bird populations, changes in temperature and precipitation patterns also raise less obvious challenges for breeding birds in the Blue Hills and Massachusetts as a whole. This presentation, by Dr. Jon Atwood, Director of Bird Conservation for Mass Audubon, gives an overview of the impacts that changing climate conditions will likely have on bird populations in the Blue Hills, and suggest steps to address these problems. This talk is part of a series sponsored by the Blue Hills Climate Action Coalition.
6:30 pm Wetlands and Vernal Pools of the... @ on Zoom
Wetlands and Vernal Pools of the... @ on Zoom
Apr 29 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Permanent and temporary freshwater wetlands are critically important communities in Southern New England. They are home to some of the most unusual and unique plant and animal species in our area. These wetlands also provide[...]