Red Knot Research in the Southeast

Free Virtual Training Opportunity – TONIGHT! Wednesday, June 8, 2022 at 6pm

Red Knot ~by Pamela Cohen

You are invited to the third of four shorebird Zoom talks being hosted by the Kiawah Island Shorebird Stewardship Program. 

This is a wonderful opportunity to learn more about the amazing lives of our beloved Red Knots.  We all know they visit our island every Spring, but this presentation will tell us about what we have learned from ongoing research on them. The presenter for this talk will be Fletcher Smith of the Georgia Dept. of Natural Resources.

Fletcher Smith is a shorebird biologist who has worked with migrating birds for over 17 years.  Red Knots have greatly declined in the last 50 years, but what is being done to understand more about why?  He will share interesting findings from a long-term Red Knot project of counting, surveying, trapping, and banding them.  He will also share what’s been learned about the Knots from this past season.  Learn how Kiawah and Seabrook are critical to the survival of this species!

Please share the invitation with anyone you know who loves birds! NOTE:  The webinar will be recorded, so if you would like to watch it at a later time, please contact Bette Popillo for the recorded version.

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Meeting ID: 885 9585 7121