12 PM – 1 PM CT
This talk will be about the Winter Ecology of the Golden-cheeked Warbler, as it joins other insectivorous species of Warblers, Vireos, Flycatchers, Woodcreepers, Tanagers, Woodpeckers, among others, all of them forming assemblages of birds composed of Residents and Neotropical migratory birds. Eric will talk about the opportunities and challenges for their study and conservation in the temperate forests of the highlands of Northern Central America (Nicaragua, El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala and Southern Mexico).
Since 2010, Eric Hernández Molina has collaborated with national and international institutions in the development and implementation of comprehensive conservation programs for wild bird species in the Mexican southeast. He currently works in Pronatura Sur, a Mexican NGO in southern Mexico, and collaborates in the coordination of the Research Committee of the Golden-cheeked Warbler in the Alliance for the Conservation of Pine-Oak Forests of Mesoamerica.
This event is part of Travis Audubon’s Golden-cheek Week that celebrates our favorite endangered songbird. Although this talk is free, a donation of $10 is encouraged, which will be split between Travis Audubon and ProNatura Sur. This event will take place via Zoom Web Conferencing. Registration is required–meeting credentials will be sent to registrants via email. If you do not receive the confirmation email, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.