The Sassy Seabird: Least Tern
Wednesday, May 18 at 1:00 pm
Hosted by the Kiawah Island Shorebird Stewardship Program
You are invited to the second of four shorebird Zoom talks being hosted by the Kiawah Island Shorebird Stewardship Program. It will be on Wednesday, May 18 at 1:00 pm.
This is a wonderful opportunity to learn about the Least Tern. Least Terns are tiny charismatic birds who are currently courting and nesting out in our critical nesting habitat on Kiawah’s east end.
And please share the invitation with anyone you know who loves birds!
NOTE: This webinar will be recorded, so if you would like to watch it at a later time, please contact Bette firstname.lastname@example.org for the recorded version.
DESCRIPTION: Least Tern are an incredible nesting seabird in South Carolina. They’re a focus of stewardship on Kiawah and throughout the state. Learn more about these spunky little seabirds and their nesting biology with Nolan Schillerstrom of Audubon South Carolina. Audubon has worked for generations to nurture a legacy of stewardship among bird-lovers. Also learn about how stewardship has helped these birds survive in SC and throughout the US.
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Meeting ID: 813 8186 9486
Tangled in Trash: Wildlife Entanglement Reporting Tool Training
Monday, May 23 at 1-2:30 pm.
Have you ever wondered how to report an entangled animal to the proper authorities? Register for this advanced training webinar opportunity hosted by the Sapelo Island National Estuarine Research Reserve (SINERR) Coastal Training Program to learn how to report wildlife interactions with marine debris. This is an excellent tool for community members along the Southeast Coast who may encounter these interactions. This webinar will be recorded, but participants in the live session will benefit from interactive Q&A, chat, and polling feedback opportunities. Register here.