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Threats to Birds on Wildland and Urban Landscapes

Since 1970, a staggering three billion birds have been lost, largely due to human-caused hazards. Fortunately, many of these hazards can be easily prevented with a little effort from all of us. Join us for a presentation on the critical importance of taking preventative measures to protect our feathered friends and other wildlife from perils such as window strikes, pesticides, death pipes, and water features that lead to drowning.

During the presentation, we will introduce what Tucson Audubon is doing to mitigate these risks and provide you with resources to help us identify hazards in both urban and wild landscapes. We will also offer practical tips on how to prevent these hazards in your own home. By working together, we can make a meaningful difference in ensuring the safety and survival of our local bird populations.





11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Zoom (virtual)


Zoom (virtual)


Olya Weekley

Tucson Audubon Applied Conservation Project Manager