The Virginia Institute of Marine Science Eastern Shore Laboratory in Wachapreague will provide live webcasts from the VIMS Gloucester Point campus “After Hours Lecture” series on the big screen in Seaside Hall. Questions from the audience can be relayed to the presenter.
After Hours Lecture for Thursday, March 31, 2016, 7 pm to 8:30 pm.
Whimbrels: the wide-ranging wader with Dr. Bryan Watts, Director of the Center for Conservation Biology
Join Dr. Bryan Watts, Director of the Center for Conservation Biology, as he highlights efforts to study this wide-ranging shorebird and the importance of its springtime stopover on Virginia’s Eastern Shore.
From the Amazon River to Arctic Canada, whimbrels undertake one of the world’s most amazing avian migrations. Join Dr. Bryan Watts as he highlights efforts to study this shorebird and the importance of its springtime stopover on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. Watts will also describe the Center’s whimbrel-tracking research and introduce Project Whimbrel Watch.
Reservations to this free public lecture series are required. To make your reservation to join the webcast, please contact Linda Ward at 757-787-5816.
To receive this webcast at home, please see: https://events.wm.edu/event/view/vims/66186