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National Parks Store: Birds and Climate Change


Join Tice Supplee for a presentation of Audubon’s seven-year scientific study behind how climate change is becoming the number one threat to North American birds.

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Join Tice Supplee, Audubon Arizona Director of Bird Conservation, for a presentation of Audubon’s seven-year scientific study behind how climate change is becoming the number one threat to North American birds. The report warns that 314 North American bird species could lose more than half of their current ranges by 2080 due to rising temperatures. Learn about the Audubon’s Climate Initiative, the organizational response to this threat.

Learn where potential habitat “strongholds” for birds are located in Arizona and how you can assist Audubon with local actions that can make a difference for the future of our birds–and for humans.

The research that will be discussed by Mr. Supplee provides a roadmap for future conservation and advocacy efforts, and will require a diverse network of climate activists with a shared value – a love and appreciation of birds. Let’s give future generations of birdwatchers something to look at!

Presentation at 12 PM only.



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Event Tags: animals, Arizona, birds, climate change, educational, environment, free, presentation, Sonoran Desert, Tucson

Date:
Saturday, May 28
Time:
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Place:
The National Parks Store
12880 N. Vistoso Village Dr.
Tucson, AZ 85755 United States
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Contact:
520-622-6014
Cost:
Free
To reserve seats, please call 520-622-6014 during business hours, beginning one week prior to the event.

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