[PAST EVENT] Osprey in Chesapeake Bay: Ecological Shifts in a Changing Estuary

April 18, 2013
VIMS - Watermen's Hall, McHugh Auditorium
1375 Greate Road
Gloucester Point, VA 23062Map this location
Ospreys--the only birds of prey that subsist almost exclusively on a diet of live fish--are one of the most visible symbols of Chesapeake Bay, and one of the best indicators of estuary health. Join Dr. Bryan Watts, Director of the Center for Conservation Biology, as he explores the recovery and ecology of this magnificent species. The talk will include information about the Center's Project Osprey Watch and osprey-banding research.

Watts' presentation is the April installment of the 2013 After Hours Lecture Series at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.

Reservations to this free public lecture series are required due to limited space. {{http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=dfaqgicab&oeidk=a07e7b4w84e73d0049b,Register to attend in person}} or call 804-684-7846 for further information. {{http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=dfaqgicab&oeidk=a07e7b51sogdbfd9c99, Register to view the online webinar}}.

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