Eastern Sierra Audubon Program, Ripple Effects - using sound to study the effects of introduced trout on bird populations around alpine lakes
Guest speaker, Mary Clapp, will discuss her ongoing research on the impacts of introduced trout on the native bird community in the high-elevation lake basins of Sequoia-Kings Canyon National Parks. Her work studies the connection between water and land by using acoustic recorders to remotely capture lakeside activity by birds and bats, and comparing this technology with traditional survey methods.
Doors will open at 6:30, with the presentation starting at 7:00 pm.
When: Wed., Apr. 19 (7pm)
When: U.S. Forest Service/BLM building located on W. Line Street in Bishop
Eastern Sierra Audubon's website at: http://esaudubon.org/index.php