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(Members Only) Virtual Meeting – The history, purpose and goals of the Breeding Bird Atlas
Friday, February 18 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
(NATURE LONDON MEMBERS ONLY)
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Mike Cadman, Atlas Coordinator, Ontario Breeding Bird Atlas-3.
Mike will talk about the history, purpose and goals plus the skills required to participate in the Breeding Bird Atlas of Ontario. Much of Mike’s professional life has been devoted to breeding bird atlases. He coordinated Ontario’s two previous atlas projects: 1981 to 1985, and 2001 to 2005. He co-edited the books that resulted from these atlases and is coordinating Atlas-3, the currently running atlas project. He also chairs the Canadian Breeding Bird Atlas Committee. Beyond his work with the altases, Mike is involved in several projects which look at the conservation needs of aerial insectivores.