September 22, 2020
Time: 7:00 pm (Tuesday)
Location: Facebook Live
Instructions will be posted on Northern Arizona Audubon’s Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/Northern-Arizona-Audubon-Society-678850928825284) and sent out by email.
Name of presenter: Tice Supplee
Tice Supplee will be giving a talk on September 22, 2020 about the 2019 National Audubon Society report Survival by Degrees with a focus on birds in Arizona vulnerable to a warming climate. Tice has worked as a wildlife conservation biologist since 1975. After a nearly 30-year career with the Arizona Game and Fish Department she has been the Director of Bird Conservation for Audubon in Arizona, and now also New Mexico. Her primary areas of ornithological focus have been riparian and grassland birds. She coordinates the Arizona Important Bird Areas program in partnership with Tucson Audubon Society.
Title of program: Survival by Degrees
Red-faced Warbler Photo Credit: Alan Schmierer/Flickr (CC0 1.0)
Tice’s presentation will be about the 2019 predictive model of how birds in North America may respond to increased global temperatures. The report is an update of an earlier Audubon birds and climate report. The primary author of Survival by Degrees is Dr. Brooke Bateman, National Audubon Society Spatial Ecologist. New data from the earlier report includes verified eBird records and bird survey data from bird observatories and banding stations in North America (Canada, US, Mexico).
Admission info: Free, no registration required
Important Note: This program will NOT be presented at either the Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church nor Sedona Public Library. Due to the COVID19 emergency, This will be presented live but on-line using Facebook Live. Join this one in the comfort of your own home.