FYI – for those interested in educational opportunities at the Cornell Lab of 
Ornithology, and a chance to find out about some very cool research on warblers 
in Central America.


Ken Rosenberg
Applied Conservation Scientist
Cornell Lab of Ornithology
American Bird Conservancy<>
Wk: 607-254-2412
Cell: 607-342-4594

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Reply-To: Annie James <>
Date: Friday, May 11, 2018 at 9:18 AM
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Subject: [clo-l] Meet the Scientist in the Visitor Center today and tomorrow!

Hi all,

In addition to the regular Exploration Station, this week we’ll have a “Meet 
the Scientist” table set up in the Visitor Center, also from 10am-noon both 
days. Our scientist this time is Ruth Bennett, a graduate student in 
Conservation Science who will be completing her PhD this summer.

Ruth will be sharing her research on habitat conservation for migratory birds 
in Central America. Some of her research occurs in shade coffee ecosystems, 
where certain types of coffee production can provide high quality habitat for 
migratory birds. I want to extend an invitation to all staff to stop by and 
learn more about his exciting research from Ruth. We’ll also be offering free 
shade-grown coffee to visitors.

The Exploration Station theme this week is “What Can You Do for Birds?” and 
will feature two activities to do here plus a number of suggestions to take 
with you.

Feel free to invite your family and friends. Here is the 
links<> on the Sapsucker Woods 
Facebook page.

Hope to see some of you there!


Anne Rosenberg
Coordinator of Public Programs
Cornell Lab of Ornithology
159 Sapsucker Woods Road
Ithaca, NY 14850


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