NBNC Naturalist Journeys - Alpine Habitats, Climate Change, and Rosy-Finches
Alpine ecosystems are rapidly changing in the face of climate change, with their avian occupants relatively understudied. From cliff nesting rosy-finches, to tundra obligate pipits and generalist sparrows, these communities face the potential for massive change in a warming environment. In this presentation, Carl Brown will discuss habitat associations that lead to climate vulnerability, potential arctic parallels, and the adventures of nest searching on alpine cliffs in the Rocky Mountains.
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The Co-op is a cosponsor of Naturalist Journeys, featuring the exciting stories and research of ecologists, artists, authors, and educators from Vermont and across the country. Join North Branch Nature Center online on Wednesday evenings through March at 6pm for the 26th season of NBNC's annual presentation series.