VIRTUAL Bird Migration in Chicago

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Glencoe Public Library
Virtual

Event Details

The Chicago region draws a stunning diversity of birds, with roughly 300 species passing through each year on their way to the Arctic or back home to South America.  Learn about bird migration, where you can go to observe them, and how planting native plants can help sustain them. Presented by Daniel Suarez, stewardship program manager for Audubon Great Lakes. Cosponsored with the Glencoe Sustainability Task Force, the Friends of the Green Bay Trail, and the Glencoe Community Garden.

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR THIS VIRTUAL PROGRAM, WHICH WILL TAKE PLACE ON ZOOM. The day before the program, you will receive two emails: one automated message from Zoom reminding you of the event, and one e-mail message from me with the Zoom link you'll need to attend the program. If you do not receive the link prior to the program, please check your spam folder before contacting the library. Questions? Contact Grace Hayek, Head of Programs & Communications, at ghayek@glencoelibrary.org. 

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Event Type(s): Lecture
Age Group(s): Adult

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