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Trinity Presbyterian Church
630 Park Avenue
Prescott, AZ 86303
For a map of the meeting location click HERE.
For information call: (928) 778-6502 or (928) 848-1513
If you wish to be reminded of the “Prescott Audubon Presents: Window on Nature” programs, request addition to the PAS E-mail Notification Database by clicking HERE.
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The Prescott Audubon Society is on Summer Break.
The next “Window On Nature” presentation will be September 28, 2017 when the Program “A Love Affair with Hummingbirds” will be presented by Karen Krebbs.
During the summer there will be numerous bird walks, surveys and other outreach events for you to enjoy, so keep an eye on the PAS website for the latest events that may be of interest to you.
DATE: September 28, 2017, 7:00 PM
PROGRAM: “A Love Affair with Hummingbirds” POSTER
SPEAKER: Karen Krebbs
COMMENTS: Conservation Biologist Karen Krebbs will entertain you with hummingbird facts and fun! Karen has been studying hummingbirds for more than 30 years and will share her knowledge on hummingbird identification, entertaining behavior, nesting biology, and ways to attract these tiny jewels to your garden and home. Arizona is home to an exciting diversity of hummingbird species and these small energetic pollinators will make you smile and laugh!
BIOGRAPHY: Karen worked at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum for more than 26 years and has extensive knowledge of birds, mammals, deserts, and animal adaptations and behavior. Her passion for hummingbirds has resulted in a book, book chapters, scientific papers, and also a husbandry manual for captive hummingbirds for the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. She is writing a second book on hummingbirds and her experiences with these flying jewels. Her research on hummingbirds includes migration, nesting biology, behavior, song development, and longevity. Karen regularly advises zoological institutions and aviaries on the proper care and husbandry of captive hummingbirds. She has conducted educational workshops and seminars on birds for various organizations, schools, yearly bird festivals, and local bird groups. Karen has also studied bats for more than 30 years and carries out lectures and workshops for bats. She has led and co-led natural history trips in Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Mexico, Baja, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Galapagos, and Africa. Karen has a B.Sc. degree in Wildlife & Fisheries Science from the University of Arizona and has lived in Arizona for more than 50 years. Her two latest books are Desert Life: A Guide to the Southwest’s Iconic Animals & Plants & How They Survive and Desert Life of the Southwest Activity Book.