Project | 01
Project | 01 City Birds
Here is a video I created for AEC 761 Conservation and Climate Change Science at North Carolina State University, detailing the beginning stages of my research.
Project | 02
Project | 02 Smoky Mountains
This is a video I created during the 2018 United States Geological Survey Climate Adaptation Science Center Global Change Fellow field intensive about some of the wonders you can find in the Smoky Mountains.
Project | 03
Project | 03 Triangle Bird Count
The Triangle Bird Count is a citizen science program to monitor the diversity and abundance of bird species across Raleigh, Durham, Cary, Garner and Chapel Hill North Carolina. The Bird count runs April 15 - May 15 on an annual basis. To sign up to participate visit: trianglebirds.org
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Project | 04 Piedmont Naturalist Course
The Natural History of Birds Online Course in partnership with the Duke Gardens. Let's talk about birds – from hummingbirds to ostriches and life patterns to ecosystem services. Birds occupy every continent and every type of habitat with roughly 10,000 species. What do we know about these beautiful creatures? Join us to explore birds; including what makes a bird, migration patterns, mating systems, nesting strategies and bird identification. You will have the opportunity to learn and then apply your knowledge in several assignments that send you out on a Bird Quest!
The class is 4 Wednesdays, Oct. 7-28, from 7-8 p.m.
Fee: $49; Garden members receive a 20% discount upon registration.
Link to register: https://rsvp.duke.edu/d/6hqvkd/