Join us for the 21st Annual Godwit Days Spring Migration Bird Festival with Keynote Lecturer
David Sibley, April 13th – 19th, 2016!
Come celebrate the Marbled Godwit and explore the lush Redwood Coast. Observe many bird species and wildlife through our selection of field trips, lectures, workshops, and boat excursions led by experienced local guides. Tour the expansive mudflats, the wild river valleys and the rocky ocean coast of this sector of the Klamath bioregion in northwest California. Learn more about the history of Godwit Days or find out about Godwit Days festivals and events.
Stayed tuned for details on 2016’s Keynote Speaker David Sibley!
Thank you to our 2015 Keynote Speaker, Andrew Mack
Keynote Lecture: “Uphill Struggles: Of cassowaries, seeds and conservation”
Andy is passionately committed to raising up future generations of indigenous biologists wherever he works, concentrating on building scientific capacity in developing countries, and training national students and budding scientists in biodiversity and conservation science. He is a captivating speaker and presenter on birds and all aspects of conservation, and has developed a well-deserved reputation as a dynamic and inspiring speaker. Andy is now the Executive Director of Indo-Pacific Conservation Alliance. His exciting book, Searching for PekPek: Cassowaries and Conservation in a New Guinea Rainforest, has just been released and is available at local Humboldt bookshops.More…
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