Date: 3/7/23 10:36 am From: Hannah Clipp <hlclipp...> Subject: Mountaineer Audubon Program on Tuesday, March 14 - "Science in the Scope" with WVU Graduate Students!
Just wanted to send out a reminder about the Mountaineer Audubon March 2023
meeting, which will take place virtually (over Zoom) on *Tuesday, March 14,
at 7 pm*.
It's time for our annual program entitled "Science in the scope: The latest
in bird research by WVU graduate students"! This event will feature 3 West
Virginia University graduate students: Andrew MacKenzie (Master’s student),
Spencer Parkinson (Master’s student), and Hannah Clipp (PhD candidate).
Together, their bird-related research spans multiple habitats (from grassy
wildlife openings to wetlands to mature forests) and focal bird species
(including game birds and a diversity of early-successional and forest
birds). Each graduate student will give a brief talk that provides an
overview of their research and preliminary results. You don’t want to miss
out on this opportunity to learn about the bird-related science happening
*Attend the Virtual Meeting:*
This program is free and open to the public -- everyone is welcome! Below
is the Zoom invitation link. Please note that we request that you not share
this link publicly (e.g., Facebook or other social media sites) or with
anyone whom you do not know.
Hannah Clipp is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Mountaineer Audubon - March Meeting - "Science in the Scope" Program
Time: Mar 14, 2023 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
We are based in Morgantown, but our region includes Harrison, Marion,
Monongalia, Preston, and Taylor Counties in north-central West Virginia and
the southern portions of Greene and Fayette Counties in Pennsylvania.
However, you do not have to live in those regions to attend our meetings or
join our chapter. For more information about us, please visit our website:
Mountaineer Audubon board member
/* Hannah L. Clipp *(she/her)
PhD Candidate | NSF Graduate Research Fellow | Associate Wildlife
West Virginia Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
Division of Forestry and Natural Resources
West Virginia University