Presented by: Craig Thompson, Chief of Program Integration, Bureau of Natural Heritage Conservation, Wisconsin DNR
Climate change and the extinction crisis are the greatest challenges of our time. Both phenomena pose existential threats to the future of life. The decline of birds is a manifestation of the extinction crisis and serves as a clarion call to action. Birds offer the promise of hope. Conspicuous and beautiful, they can help address our greatest environmental perils. The presentation will provide examples of birds as powerful conservation catalysts and offer strategies for engagement by everyone.
Luncheon-Lectures are held in the Arboretum Visitor Center Auditorium. A buffet lunch is followed by the educational presentation. Each lecture costs $40.
This popular series fills up quickly, so register as soon as you can. Registration closes August 29. Online registration is faster. Vegetarian meal requests can be accommodated. Check the vegetarian option box during registration.
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If registering by mail, please be sure the registration form and payment arrive by August 29.
A registration confirmation will be sent to you by email or mail. If a program you request is full, you will be contacted promptly. Reservations are transferable. If you give away your reservation, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 608-890-2555 and let us know the name of the attendee. You also may cancel a reservation and request a refund at least 2 weeks ahead of the event. If you are unable to attend, please let us know, as there may be others on a waiting list.