The Rusty Blackbird is a species of conservation concern that spends its entire life cycle in North America. New Hampshire Audubon has been studying a breeding population of Rusty Blackbirds in northern New Hampshire and adjacent Maine since 2010. This presentation presents basic natural history of the species and shares what we have learned during more than a decade of following these intriguing birds through northern swamps and softwood thickets.
This presentation is available in a hybrid format. You are welcome to join us in-person at the Massabesic Center in Auburn, or virtually via Zoom! Please indicate your preference in the ticket options below.
This program will take place rain or shine.
Dr. Carol Foss, NH Audubon Senior Advisor for Science and Policy
$12 for NH Audubon members
$15 for non-members (Join or renew your membership today! Not sure of your membership status? Email our member services department or call (603) 224-9909 x310.)
Registration Required by December 6, 2023
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 protected].
The NH Audubon Scientist Series features our Senior Biologists sharing their research and data in monthly presentations at Massabesic Center during 2023.