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Bitterroot Audubon

May 20 @ 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM


Bitterroot Audubon Program: Exploring Changes In the Size of Birds

Bitterroot Audubon’s May program will feature a presentation by Dr. Thomas Riecke, the James K. Ringelman Chair in Waterfowl Conservation at UM. Dr Reicke will discuss monitoring data that has revealed that many birds are becoming smaller-bodied and longer-winged globally. As an example, he’ll use data on white-throated dippers color-banded in Switzerland that show that smaller-bodied, longer-winged dippers survive and reproduce at greater rates during warmer years. He’ll also use these data to explore the consequences of mating strategies (i.e., monogamy v. polygyny) and age on reproductive success.

This program will begin at 7 p.m. on Monday, May 20 in the Education Building, adjacent to the Slack Barn at Teller Wildlife Refuge at 1180 Chaffin Lane in Corvallis. The meeting is free, and the public is invited. See https://www.bitterrootaudubon.org/ for additional information.

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May 20
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM


Teller Wildlife Refuge
Corvallis, MT United States + Google Map