As part of an international celebration of World Shorebirds Day, Manomet, Environment and Climate Change Canada, Nature Canada, Moose Cree First Nation, Kashechewan First Nation, Mushkegowuk Council, SAVE Brasil, Parks Canada, Quebec Oiseaux, Centro Bahía Lomas, Universidad Santo Tomas, and the Georgia Department of Natural Resources are hosting ‘A Year in the Life of a Red Knot.’
On this webinar, you’ll fly with the Red Knots from the central Arctic to the southern tip of Chile, with a few stops in-between. With ‘Rufus the Red Knot’ as our guide, you’ll learn about the threats facing Red Knots along their long journey, how scientists track Red Knots and other shorebirds, and the habitats and food sources these birds need to survive.
Register now to join this fun and educational conversation about Red Knots on Tuesday, September 7th! Translation to French, Spanish, and Portuguese will be available.