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Insect biodiversity in bird diets

thu21may4:00 pmthu5:00 pmInsect biodiversity in bird dietsConservation in Colorado

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Your yard is beautiful, but is it contributing to the local ecosystem? To determine which insects are most important in bird diets, Ashley Kennedy conducted a citizen science project to crowd-source more than 7,000 images of birds with their arthropod prey. She will share information she learned about the food webs connecting plants, insects, and birds, as well as a sampling of the photos she collected. In this online webinar, learn how you can help by converting your yard into better wildlife habitat for these groups.

An email with meeting details will be sent prior to the event. Please add and to your contacts to ensure delivery. If you don't see the email within a half hour of program start time, check Junk/Spam folders.


Meeting type: Online webinar.


Leaders: Ashley Kennedy, Board Certified Entomologist, Science Policy Fellow of the Entomological Society of America, and Environmental Scientist for the state of Delaware.


Registration required. $8 Members/$10 Nonmembers.


Limited to 30 participants. Registration closes 45 minutes prior to the event.


May 21, 2020 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm(GMT+00:00)


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