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Distance Learning: Foraging Ecology of Seabirds

Join Seabird Biologist Gregory Smith on a journey through all things Seabirds. From the Oregon Coast to the Seychelles Islands, we will attempt to cover identification, breeding ecology, evolution, and foraging ecology.

Though bound to the land for reproduction, most seabirds spend 90% of their life at sea where they forage over hundreds to thousands of miles in a few days, or dive to extreme depths from the ocean surface. In this final class of our seabird series, we will discover ways seabirds navigate dynamic ocean conditions to find forage.

A side profile of a Pelagic Cormorant.
Pelagic Cormorant, photo by Mick Thompson

Register for Foraging Ecology of Seabirds with Greg Smith

Explore the ways seabirds navigate the dynamic ocean to forage.

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Class Details

  • Class: August 18, 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
  • Class Fee: $20 members / $30 non-members
  • ZOOM: A link to the virtual class will be emailed to you, along with instructions, one to two days before your class.
  • Note: At this time, distance learning classes with Portland Audubon are not available outside of the allotted time. We will be sure to make our most popular distance learning sessions available again. Thank you!

Details

Date:
August 18
Time:
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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Venue

Portland Audubon
5151 NW Cornell Road
Portland, OR 97210 United States
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Cost:
$20 – $30

Organizer

Tara Lemezis
Phone:
971-222-6131
Email:
tlemezis@audubonportland.org