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Dr. Chris Schell in the lap

Nature Night: It’s All Connected – Wildlife, People, and the Intersectionality of Socio-Environmental Systems

Join us for Nature Night where Dr. Christopher Schell will discuss how ecological and evolutionary processes are fundamentally intertwined with human societies, and how transdisciplinary integration of human and natural systems is an organic pathway to achieve inclusivity and sustainability in the natural sciences.

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Urban Wildlife Information Network (UWIN): A Wildlife Trail Cam Community Science Program

Join us for a presentation about a new program monitoring urban wildlife with automated trail cameras. This is part of a North American wide effort initiated by Lincoln Park Zoo called the Urban Wildlife Information Network (UWIN) with many cities participating including Portland.

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Nature Night: The Secret Lives of Bushtits

Bushtits seem like adorable, friendly balls of fluff but how much do you really know about these mysterious little birds?  Join Dr. Sarah Sloane as she reveals some of the intriguing complexities of bushtit social structure she has uncovered during her research in Arizona and Portland. 

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Rebecca Rheisman and Flight Path book

Nature Night: Wild Stories from the History of Bird Migration Research

Have you ever wondered about the science behind the study of bird migration? While working for the American Ornithological Society, Rebecca Heisman became fascinated with the techniques that scientists have used to study bird migration, and this eventually became the basis for her book Flight Paths. Join us to hear her discuss why understanding migration is so crucial for bird conservation.

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