AWE Speaker Series: Gain a Deeper Understanding
INVASIVE REPTILES IN SWFL
February 7, 2023, 7:00 PM
IFAS biologist Paul Evans explores the many invasive reptiles found in our area, how they got here and what you should look for.
FLAMINGOS AND ROSEATE SPOONBILLS
March 7, 2023, 7:00 PM
Dr. Jerry Lorenz provides new insights on two stately species of rose-hued birds that have become synonymous with the state of Florida.
WILDLIFE CORRIDORS AND TRANSPORTATION
Daniel J. Smith, PhD, AICP
April 4, 2023, 7:00 PM
Dr. Daniel Smith has over 25 years of experience in the fields of ecology and environmental planning. He'll discuss the movement patterns and habitat use of terrestrial vertebrates and the integration of transportation and land-use planning.
pRE RECORDED EVENTS
Audubon Western Everglades brings top wildlife and conservation experts together to educate, inform and inspire in our Speaker Series. Here on video are some of our most popular past events to enjoy.
Birds, Bee’s, and Butterflies, Natures Pollinators
Speakers: Tara McGraw, Andee Naccarato, & Hamatahl Cohen, event in Collaboration with Naples Native Plant Society
Green Herons; Plumages, Behavior and Ecology
Dr. Jerry Jackson, Professor Emeritus, FGCU
Whales in our Oceans and the Perils they May Face
Speaker: Catherine Uden, South Florida Field Rep from Oceana.Org
Gopher Tortoises on Marco Updates
Speaker: Brittany Piersma, AWE Field Biologist
Brown Pelicans, the Smallest Pelicans
Speaker: Rochelle Streker, Audubon Florida Biologist
Our Florida Springs
Speaker: Dr. Robert Knight, Florida Springs Institute.
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