Please join us in-person for our next Program Meeting
Tuesday, May 17th at 7 p.m.
At UNCA's Reuter Center and online at Blue Ridge Audubon's Facebook page
Chasing Golden-winged Warblers
with Curtis Smalling of Audubon North Carolina
It's our special Birdathon fundraising meeting! We'll have a raffle and great gifts to take home with a donation. So please bring cash/check and donate (a little or a lot!) to help conserve and protect land in Western North Carolina vital to Golden-winged Warblers!
Golden-winged Warblers are a bird of high conservation priority across their range, which includes the Southern Appalachians. They have the smallest population of any imperiled bird species not on the federal endangered list. Advances in technology have allowed scientists to learn so much more about the migration routes, wintering sites and amazing pieces of the daily lives of these charismatic warblers. Join us for a look at what we know about the beautiful warbler and how this research is helping guide conservation efforts on both public and private lands.
Curtis Smalling is Director of Conservation for Audubon North Carolina where his work includes overseeing the Working Lands, Coastal Sanctuaries, and Bird Friendly Communities programs. Curtis is also an integral member of bird conservation groups including the International Golden-winged Warbler working group . He is a contributing author and editor of several books and an avid, longtime birder.
Did you miss any of our 2021/2022 online program meetings?
Watch them here on our Facebook page.
(A Facebook account is not required.)
All Blue Ridge Audubon Chapter programs are free and open to everyone