Talk: Arctic Birds & Biodiversity (a World Migratory Bird Day event)

Date : 04 Oct 2018
Time : 7.30pm - 8.30pm
Location : NSS Office

Open to the Public - Registration Needed

The Arctic is among the world’s least disturbed ecosystems. It has however become increasingly threatened as global warming continues to drive rapid environmental changes. Richard White will talk about his work, experiences and close encounters with the Arctic’s most charismatic wildlife including the Polar Bear, walruses, eiders, gulls, auks and a good variety of migratory shorebird species breeding in the high tundra. The talk and slideshow will conclude with a moderated discussion on the conservation of Arctic biodiversity hosted by Dr Yong Ding Li of the Bird Group.

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