Mid-Coast Audubon Series: The State of Birds — Decades of Change
Thursday, November 19 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Join Mid-Coast Audubon and the Camden Public Library for the next presentation in our monthly online program series. Nick Lund of Maine Audubon will discuss how bird populations in Maine are continually changing. This presentation covers the changes over the last few decades and discusses which species are disappearing and which are increasing. Nick will also look into the future to see what might be in store for Maine birds, and use his crystal ball to answer your questions.
This will be a free online presentation. To register for the event, please email Julia Pierce (email@example.com) at the library to request the Zoom login info.
Nick Lund lives and birds in southern Maine. He is the Outreach and Network Manager for Maine Audubon. He is also a writer focusing on birds and science, with regular columns in the Portland Phoenix and in the National Audubon Society magazine, and bylines in Slate, the Washington Post, National Geographic Online, and others.
Nick has also built a large following as The Birdist, a blog featuring his humorous and insightful musings on birding and nature. Nick’s recurring “Birdist’s Rules of Birding” columns are among National Audubon’s most popular.
Before joining Maine Audubon, he served as Senior Manager of the Landscape Conservation Program at the National Parks Conservation Association in Washington, DC, where he advocated for the protection of national parks from oil and gas activities. Nick helped re-establish and lead the Washington, DC, Audubon Chapter, where he chaired the Diversity & Outreach committee. He holds a law degree from the University of Maine School of Law.