NYC AUDUBON LECTURE: INVESTIGATING WATERBIRD FORAGING BEHAVIOR-FREE

  • January 9, 2013 · 6:00 PM
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YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT: INVESTIGATING WATERBIRD FORAGING BEHAVIOR

Presentation by Elizabeth Craig

Wednesday, January 9th, 2013, 6pm

Elizabeth Craig © NYC AudubonElizabeth Craig © NYC Audubon"New York Harbor is home to an impressive diversity of waterbirds, ranging from long-legged wading birds such as the great egret and glossy ibis to diving seabirds like the double-crested cormorant. How do these birds live in the urban waterways of New York City? Join Elizabeth Craig, Ph.D. candidate at Cornell University and Research Associate at New York City Audubon, as she explores the urban wild spaces where these birds make their homes, and describes how scientists can use a single feather to investigate waterbird foraging behavior." Click here for info

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N/Q/R to 5th Ave-59th St.

F to Lexington Ave/63rd St


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