SIB Evening Program - Prothonotary Warblers & Project PROTHO
Event: Prothonotary Warblers & Project PROTHO: Audubon’s role in conserving the canary of the swamp
Date: Wednesday March 27, 2019
Time: 7:00 pm Registration & Social
7:30 pm Program Starts
Location: Live Oak Hall, Lake House, Seabrook Island, SC
Max: 140
Cost: FREE for members; $5 for guests - Join SIB for $10 and the event is Free!

The Prothonotary Warbler, often called the “swamp canary,” is a cavity-nesting songbird that breeds in forested wetlands of the eastern United States. Each fall, this tiny bird migrates thousands of miles to Central and South America, where it spends the winter in coastal mangroves, before migrating back to North America each spring. Audubon South Carolina has played a key role in habitat protection, public engagement and emerging research related to this iconic wetland species. This talk will focus on recent work involving Prothonotary Warblers at Audubon’s Francis Beidler Forest and beyond.

Join us at the Lake House for another fun and informative evening with Matt Johnson, Director of Bird Conservation & Engagement for Audubon South Carolina

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