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How Birds Can Save the World

May 10, 2010

birds 300x225 How Birds Can Save the World Pasadena birds birds biological diversity audubon  photoThose devoted nature enthusiasts at the Pasadena Audubon Society have a treat planned for their next general meeting: a visit from Dr. John Fitzpatrick, the director of the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology. Dr. Fitzpatrick’s illustrated lecture will examine the vital role birds play in the conservation of biological diversity, and in international diplomacy. Canaries in coal mines are just the beginning: Birds are extremely sensitive indicators of environmental health and ecological change, and they rapidly self-correct when out of sync with their environments. Can humans do the same? Dr. Fitzpatrick thinks so — if we let the “Lord God Bird” show us how.

Lecture: How Birds Can Save the World
Wednesday, May 19, 7 p.m.
Eaton Canyon Nature Center
1750 N. Altadena Dr., Altadena
Pasadenaaudubon.org; 626.355.9412




1 Response for “How Birds Can Save the World”

  1. WANAD says:

    DOES THESE BIRDS ATTACT PEOPLE BECAUSE ONE WERE CHASING ME AND I WAS SCARED

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