This is a reminder for the Cayuga Bird Club's May 10th 7:30 pm meeting / 
webinar with Jeffrey Wells, Ph.D., Vice-president of Boreal Conservation for 
the National Audobon Society presenting: "The Biggest Bird Conservation Story 
You've Never Heard - the Boreal Forest of North America"   For a Zoom 
registration link (free) and more information go to:  One of the world’s last large, intact 
forest regions is the Boreal Forest of North America stretching from Alaska 
east to Newfoundland. Supporting between one and three billion birds, the 
Boreal Forest is aptly named North America’s Bird Nursery. While few 
people have heard the news, some of the world’s largest land conservation 
actions to protect birds and their habitat are underway in the Boreal, led by 
Indigenous governments and communities forging new, exciting partnership and 
stewardship models. Much of the migratory and winter bird life of New York 
comes from the Boreal Forest. Come hear about some innovate ways National 
Audubon’s Boreal Conservation program is working to conserve the Boreal 
Forest including through some innovate collaborative models with Indigenous 
peoples and modern research with partners like the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.

Cayuga Bird Club meetings start at 7:30pm on the second Monday of each month, 
September through June, and are open to the public. Each virtual meeting will 
begin with the speaker's presentation, followed by club 
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