What do budding wildflowers, metamorphosing frogs, and migrating hawks have in common? They are all undergoing life cycle phases that can be affected by climate change. Have you ever made notes about the first peeper you heard calling, the arrival of your first warbler, or your first sighting of a mourning cloak butterfly? Then you have been monitoring phenology! Documenting stories in our own backyards contributes to the impacts of climate change. This online presentation will share a nationwide effort to monitor these life cycle events, the phenology project at NH Audubon, and opportunities for you to get involved.
This presentation will take place virtually via Zoom.
Diane De Luca, Senior Biologist
Registration Required by October 25, 2023
This event has been rescheduled from the original date of February 23rd.
All ticket purchases will generate a printable ticket with a QR code. Please keep the printable ticket with QR code for your records.
Zoom links will be sent to all virtual participants prior to the webinar. The link does not generate immediately, so your patience is appreciated. Every effort will be made to record the presentation for registered attendees who miss the livestream.
For accessibility requests, please contact Massabesic Center Director, Kimmie Whiteman, at email@example.com.
The NH Audubon Scientist Series features our Senior Biologists sharing their research and data in monthly presentations at Massabesic Center during 2023.