(FREEPORT, N.Y.) - Nassau County Legislator Debra Mulé (D - Freeport) joined forces with the South Shore Audubon Society for “Birds of the South Shore,” a Wednesday, June 16 virtual forum that aired live on Legislator Mule’s Facebook page.
Featuring Brien Weiner, President and Newsletter Editor; Jim Brown, Vice President and Conservation Co-Chair; Gail Brown, Director and Chair of Hospitality; Joe Landesberg - Treasurer and Field Trip Leader; and Paul Andersen, Director and Chair of Programming, the discussion touched upon the history of the South Shore Audubon Society and the scope of their programming; how to get started in birdwatching; the threats posed by climate change to avian species; and birds that residents can expect to see this summer.
“Nassau County’s diversified south shore ecosystems provide enthusiasts with an array of beautiful backdrops for birdwatching. However, for beginners, knowing how to get started can be a tremendous challenge,” Legislator Mulé said. “I was delighted to partner with the South Shore Audubon Society and join them in an exploration of the many factors involved in this wonderful and worthwhile pursuit.”
Click here to watch an encore presentation of the webinar.