Share West Virginia's Breeding Bird Atlas Project
May 22, 2012
So What’s There to Sing About?: West Virginia’s Breeding Bird Atlas Project With Doug Wood, Master Naturalist Tuesday, May 22, 6 – 7 pm at Taylor Books
West Virginia is currently in its fourth year of a five year survey of breeding birds statewide. Spearheaded by the WV Department of Natural Resources, and carried out in the field by professional biologists and amateur naturalists, this effort promises to help guide programs to benefit bird species that have suffered population declines in the past few decades. Learn how field personnel turn the lovely songs of summer avian choristers into scientific data that can benefit many species in the future.
Join the Clay Center and Taylor Books for an evening of fun and discussion! This program takes place at Taylor Books on Capitol Street and features guest presenters covering a variety of science-related topics in an open forum format, with plenty of time for discussion and Q & A. More information