Talking about habitat, Earth's greatest stages for nature's singers and the life work of Lisa Rainsong, composer, singer, teacher and naturalist with Nancy Howell, Board Member, Western Cuyahoga Audubon.
Bumblebees of Ohio and the Great Lakes with Dr. Randall J. Mitchell, Professor of Biology, University of Akron
“Change” is a good word because it doesn’t always mean hotter and it doesn’t always mean dryer, but it can mean those things. Research shows that climate change is going to have idiosyncratic effects on pollinators. It’s going to change some situations for some bees but not others.
Preparing Tomorrow's Ornithological Discoveries Today by Courtney Brennan, Collections Manager, Ornithology, Cleveland Museum of Natural History
Courtney Brennan, M.S., Collections Manager, Ornithology, Cleveland Museum of Natural History (CMNH) takes us on a full behind-the-scenes tour of the ornithological preparation process for research collection.
Ornithology in a Shifting Natural World with Dr. Andy Jones, Curator of Ornithology, Cleveland Museum of Natural History
Dr. Andy Jones talks about a lifetime dedicated to the natural sciences, how collecting for data and diversity solves problems, and the value of research through a climate change lens.
Larry Rosche, Naturalist and Author, shares a series of stories about discovering nature as a youth, a lifetime of Birding, and how to choose a path of conservation.
At the 2016 NEOSEF, Western Cuyahoga Audubon made awards for outstanding projects relating to birds or conservation with emphasis on local watersheds.
Recorded at Spice Kitchen + Bar, Gordon Arts District, 5800 Detroit Avenue in Cleveland, Ohio. Visit the Flickr Photo Album.
Five Great Black-backed Gulls and two Lesser Black-backed Gulls made nice additions to this year's list.
Above: Scott Rush, Ph.D. Photo courtesy of Scott Rush.
The Rocky River Important Bird Area conservation initiative was really more about people than birds because it would study the impact of conservation on the quality of life of people who lived in the Rocky River watershed.
The Feathered Flyer blog publishes human interest stories about birding and habitat conservation.
After watching, ‘My Painted Trillium Quest' by Tom Fishburn, Kim Langley, WCAS Member said, “Wonderful! It was a lift just knowing that such a site exists and is being protected!”
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