Scenic Hudson Adds Two Talks on Local Birds

Their interaction with Constitution Marsh and climate change

Scenic Hudson has added two lectures to its spring series at its River Center on Long Dock Park in Beacon. Both start at 6 p.m.

On Thursday, Feb. 18, Eric Lind, director of Hudson Valley properties for Audubon New York, will discuss the diverse bird and wildlife populations that thrive at Constitution Marsh despite the long history of human impact. He also will share restoration activities planned for the marsh and other Audubon properties in the Hudson Valley.

On Thursday, Feb. 25, Larry Federman, president of the Northern Catskills Audubon Society, will review the impact that climate change may have on birds and other species and how we can help them.

For more information, visit scenichudson.org or call 845-473-4440.


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