Come celebrate Earth Day and help kick off our Birds and Bees Wildlife Needs event series on Tuesday, April 22:
Dr. Chris Nagy will be giving a lecture entitled – “The New NIMBY: Nature in My Backyard.” Dr. Nagy will focus on the connectedness of animals, plants, and humans while highlighting the role that both preserves and private lands play in protecting the environment and our quality of life. Light refreshments will be served at 7:00, lecture begins at 7:30pm. Bedford Historic Hall, (608 Old Post Road, Bedford).
This talk is part of the Birds and Bees: Wildlife Needs event series brought to you by Bedford Audubon Society, Mianus River Gorge, Pound Ridge Land Conservancy and Westchester Land Trust.
About the lecturer: Dr. Nagy, Director of Science and Land Management at the Mianus River Gorge, is an ecologist whose research focuses on Eastern screech owls and coyotes in New York City, the effects and management of white-tailed deer, and protecting the biodiversity in suburban forests.