Woodpeckers as Ecosystem Engineers by Faith Hardin

July 9, 2020 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Online Event

Event: https://facebook.com/events/s/woodpeckers-as-ecosystem-engin/652474925345778/

Learn about how woodpeckers act affect both insects and secondary cavity nesting birds. Faith Hardin will discuss her research on the East Foundation in southern Texas, a working cattle ranch, focusing on her work with the Golden-fronted Woodpecker, a species found mainly in Central America and southern Texas.

Faith Hardin is a Wildlife and Fisheries Masters student at Texas A&M University. Her research focuses on how species interact with each other, both in competition for resources and behavioral changes.

This talk will be ~40 minutes with additional time for questions & answers. Recommended for 10th grade and up.

Please register here: https://www.flipcause.com/secure/cause_pdetails/ODYxMjg=
The meeting link will be sent in the confirmation.
If you have trouble registering or have any questions, please contact Sirena Lao, Environmental Education and Outreach Specialist, at slao [at] sfbbo [dot] org.

This event is made possible by a grant from the Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District.

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