Natural Plimoth Series: Birding Walk & Talk
Sunday, June 22, 2014 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Bird Watching Tour - with Trevor Lloyd-Evans at 10 a.m.
Plimoth Plantation is delighted to welcome Trevor Lloyd-Evans, a well-respected voice in conservation and avian research. Trevor will take attendees on a bird watching tour around Plimoth Plantation’s campus, identifying species and discussing their migratory patterns. Bring your binoculars and prepare to learn about all the different birds that are located in and around town!
Presenter: Trevor Lloyd-Evans was born in Oxford, England, and was educated at the University of Wales and Boston University. Over the years, he has worked on conservation research and education in avian migration, breeding ecology, physiology, taxonomy, evolution and conservation biology. He has participated in bird census and banding research, habitat evaluation analysis, wetland impact studies, research on potential effects of microwave radiation on wildlife and evaluated appropriate siting for wind turbines. Trevor joined Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences (which was then known as Manomet Bird Observatory), as the head biologist leading the newly-created banding program. Since then, he has trained many interns and volunteers and has taught thousands of school-age children and adults about bird biology and conservation. He holds or has held honorary positions at Nuttall Ornithological Club, Partners in Flight, Massachusetts Avian Records Committee, Association of Field Ornithologists and the North American Banding Council. He has many reports and papers in such publications as American Birds, Bird Observer, Condor, Wilson Bulletin, Smithsonian Institute Press The Journal of Field Ornithology.
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