Programs

 

Trees Talk

Sharon's will focus on the importance of native plants in your yard and how your plantings assist in the survival of migrating birds.  This talk will be based on her new book, "Planting Native to Attract Birds to Your Yard". Sharon's book will be available for purchase!!

November 21, 2017

All programs are held at the Wesselman Nature Center every 3rd Tuesday of the month at 6 pm.  Please note that the new start time for our programs is at 6 pm.

Long Distance Migrants and Global Change: Case Studies and Synthesis

September 17, 2019

Dr. Eric McCloud

Assistant Professor

Biology Department

University of Southern Indiana

Dr. McCloud will address how climate change influences long distance migrants by presenting case studies and discussing changes in migratory behavior.

Disappearing Birds of the Midwest

October 15, 2019

Matt Williams

Director of Conservation Programs

Indiana Chapter of the Nature Conservancy

Matt will talk about some of the bird species that are in decline across the Midwest. Information and photos from his new book, "Endangered and Disappearing Birds of the Midwest".

Improving Your Yard for Wildlife

November 19, 2019

Jeremy Ross

Local teacher and outdoorsman

Jeremy will give advice and suggestions on what he has done and plans to do with his yard to make it a native-only habitat for wildlife throughout the seasons.  He will be sharing photos and stories.

Pelagic Birding, Cape Hatteras, North Carolina

December 17, 2019

Dr. Evan Speck

Retired anesthesiologist

As an avid birder, Dr. Speck will provide information on pelagic birding and share his experiences with birding off the shores of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina.

Rewilding Southwest Indiana

January 21, 2020

Heath Hamilton

Wildlife Refuge Specialist

Patoka River National Wildlife Refuge

 

All programs are held at the Wesselman Nature Center every 3rd Tuesday of the month at 6 pm.  Please note that the new start time for our programs is at 6 pm.

Long Distance Migrants and Global Change: Case Studies and Synthesis

September 17, 2019

Dr. Eric McCloud

Assistant Professor

Biology Department

University of Southern Indiana

Dr. McCloud will address how climate change influences long distance migrants by presenting case studies and discussing changes in migratory behavior.

Disappearing Birds of the Midwest

October 15, 2019

Matt Williams

Director of Conservation Programs

Indiana Chapter of the Nature Conservancy

Matt will talk about some of the bird species that are in decline across the Midwest. Information and photos from his new book, "Endangered and Disappearing Birds of the Midwest".

Improving Your Yard for Wildlife

November 19, 2019

Jeremy Ross

Local teacher and outdoorsman

Jeremy will give advice and suggestions on what he has done and plans to do with his yard to make it a native-only habitat for wildlife throughout the seasons.  He will be sharing photos and stories.

Pelagic Birding, Cape Hatteras, North Carolina

December 17, 2019

Dr. Evan Speck

Retired anesthesiologist

As an avid birder, Dr. Speck will provide information on pelagic birding and share his experiences with birding off the shores of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina.

Rewilding Southwest Indiana

January 21, 2020

Heath Hamilton

Wildlife Refuge Specialist

Patoka River National Wildlife Refuge

 

All programs are held at the Wesselman Nature Center every 3rd Tuesday of the month at 6 pm.  Please note that the new start time for our programs is at 6 pm.

Long Distance Migrants and Global Change: Case Studies and Synthesis

September 17, 2019

Dr. Eric McCloud

Assistant Professor

Biology Department

University of Southern Indiana

Dr. McCloud will address how climate change influences long distance migrants by presenting case studies and discussing changes in migratory behavior.

Disappearing Birds of the Midwest

October 15, 2019

Matt Williams

Director of Conservation Programs

Indiana Chapter of the Nature Conservancy

Matt will talk about some of the bird species that are in decline across the Midwest. Information and photos from his new book, "Endangered and Disappearing Birds of the Midwest".

Improving Your Yard for Wildlife

November 19, 2019

Jeremy Ross

Local teacher and outdoorsman

Jeremy will give advice and suggestions on what he has done and plans to do with his yard to make it a native-only habitat for wildlife throughout the seasons.  He will be sharing photos and stories.

Pelagic Birding, Cape Hatteras, North Carolina

December 17, 2019

Dr. Evan Speck

Retired anesthesiologist

As an avid birder, Dr. Speck will provide information on pelagic birding and share his experiences with birding off the shores of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina.

Rewilding Southwest Indiana

January 21, 2020

Heath Hamilton

Wildlife Refuge Specialist

Patoka River National Wildlife Refuge

 

Friends of the Patoka River National Wildlife Refuge

February 18, 2020

Nancy Gelaufen

President of the Friends for

Patoka River National Wildlife Refuge

 

How Birds Behave

March 17, 2020

Sharon Sorenson

Author and Conservationist

 

Spring Wildflowers of Audubon State Park

April 21, 2020

Lisa Hoffman

Parks Program Service Supervisor

J. J. Audubon State Park

 

Birding Sources on the Net

May 19, 2020

Brian Taylor

Evansville Audubon Member

 

Evansville Audubon Society

Evansville Audubon Society
c/o Wesselman Woods Nature Preserve
551 North Boeke Road
Evansville, IN 47711

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