Wildlife on Tap Lecture Series: Bald Eagles in Massachusetts: Natural History, Recovery Efforts and Ongoing Monitoring

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Date(s) - January 24, 2018
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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Cape Cod Beer
Hyannis

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The Wildlife on Tap lecture series at Cape Cod Beer is a special event each winter where attendees can learn about wildlife over some fine beverages. Each presenter in the series is an expert in the field. Come have a beer and learn something new about some of Cape Cod’s majestic creatures from the charismatic individuals who have made it their life’s mission to protect.

January 24 Lecture: Bald Eagles in Massachusetts: Natural History, Recovery Efforts and Ongoing Monitoring

Presented By: Jason Zimmer, Southeast Wildlife District Supervisor of the Mass Division of Fisheries and Wildlife

Will we soon see bald eagles nesting on Cape Cod? Jason Zimmer will discuss the life history, ecology and recovery story of the American bald eagle, including specific information on recovery efforts and ongoing monitoring in Massachusetts. The population of the Bald Eagle is beginning to grow on the South Shore, decades after population recovery efforts in Massachusetts began to take effect. Discover why Massachusetts became a part of preserving the eagle population after man-made chemicals nearly forced them into extinction.

MA Audubon Member $10, Non-member $10
Pre-registration is required. For more information call 508-362-7475 or visit website: https://www.massaudubon.org/wildlife-on-tap


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