Urban Birding with David Lindo Week | "How to Be an Urban Birder" with David Lindo at the Kirtland Bird Club
David Lindo, The Urban Birder, presents "How to Be an Urban Birder" at the Kirtland Bird Club Speaker Series, Wednesday evening, November 6, 2019 at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. David will talk about his urban birding experiences around the world in an effort to raise awareness and educate people on the importance of preservation and conservation of bird and wildlife habitat.
The evening features a selection of films and local environmental organization exhibitors that revolve mainly around wildlife conservation, sustainable eating, and the preservation of natural areas.
Aerial insectivores, birds that catch insects on the wing, such as the Chimney Swift are declining and there may be several reasons for the decline.
Backyard dinosaurs? Birds are the descendants of dinosaurs evolving more than 150 million years ago during the Jurassic Period. Since then, birds have diversified and thrived through to present day.
Dr. Stephen Kress is Vice-President for Bird Conservation, National Audubon Society and Director, Seabird Restoration Program & Hog Island Camp
Birders have participated in Annual Audubon Spring Bird Walks since 1932. Watch spring migrants return or travel through to their summer breeding grounds during the Annual Audubon Spring Bird Walk.
Join us at the Wild and Scenic Film Festival for a fantastic listing of films (2 showings). Be sure to stop by our booth at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History to say hello!
Speaker Series January 3, 2017-Recent Advances in Ornithology with Dr. Andy Jones, Ornithology, The Cleveland Museum of Natural History
Dr. Andy Jones, Department of Ornithology at The Cleveland Museum of Natural History, will present, “Recent Advances in Ornithology”, highlighting the taxonomic changes that birders will want to know about, as well as other discoveries that will simply make you a more observant and more informed birder.
Thank You for Your Support: The Messenger Documentary and EnviroFair-Cleveland Museum of Natural History Sept 2016
Thanks to members Terry and Joanne Gorges and volunteer Megan Taylor for staffing the Western Cuyahoga Audubon display, connecting with exhibiting organizations, and getting the word out about Chapter programs to film audiences!
If you're committed to preserving habitats for migratory species, this opportunity may be for you!
Visitors will view the documentary film "The Messenger", a film about migratory birds and the dangers they are facing and explore EnviroFair, regional organization exhibitors dedicated to the preservation of bird species and environmental conservation.
Publishing news, announcements and reports.
REGISTER Member Meeting and 'A Bilingual Education Program Conserves Little Terns (Sternula albifrons) in Okinawa, Japan' Speaker Series June 1, 2021
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The Western Cuyahoga Audubon Virtual Conference Center hosts chapter programs. Download the Free Desktop & Mobile Apps-Version 2
ENTER Bird-of-the-Month Photo Contest May 2021: Baltimore Oriole
Watch 'ABOUT VIRTUAL FIELD TRIPS' with Michelle Brosius, Director-at-Large and Field Trip Co-Coordinator, WCAS.
Christmas Bird Count-Lakewood Circle
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