We recently linked to a study finding that over 3 billion birds have been lost from the ecosystem in North America as well as a study indicating that perhaps 66% of North American Birds are threatened with extinction resulting form anthropogenic climate change.
For those who are interested we just received an email informing us of an online presentation this Monday evening Nov, 4th at 7pm EST by Dr. Ken Rosenberg of the Cornell Laboratory of Orinthology titled “3 Billion Birds Gone: The Bird Crisis and What We Can Do About It“. Importantly it looks like this presentation will focus on the broader implication of the results of these findings beyond birds.
Looks to be an interesting presentation.
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Sadly, I had a meeting and missed it. It looked interesting. Were you able to catch it? Unfortunately, they didn’t archive it like their email indicated. Rats!
HI Eliza, no we did not catch the live feed and were like you counting on the archived version. We will keep checking back with Cornell to see if it gets uploaded and give an update if it is there.
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