Location: Chehalis River Basin Land Trust Office | 612 S Tower Ave, Centralia WA 98531
Local plants and animals are already feeling the effects of climate change in our region, but how do our local bird populations fare? Kim Adelson, a member of the Black Hills Audubon Society and longtime professor, joins us in our NEW office for a cozy talk about how our local bird populations are changing as they feel the effects of climate change in our area, and what we can do to help our local avian wildlife! The lecture will be followed by ample time for questions and discussions with Kim, group discussion, and review of Kim’s resources.
For free tickets to this lecture, click here.
For the complete program of the Chehalis River Basin Land Trust lecture series, Learnings from the Chehalis, click here.