Thursday, April 14, 2022
Online via Zoom
Topic: Share Space with Wildlife!
The ABQ Backyard Wildlife Refuge Program
Our backyards can be a window into our wondrously complex natural world, filled with extraordinary interactions and interdependencies. Learn all about the ABQ Backyard Refuge Program and how you can build a certified backyard refuge. We’ll explore the ways you can support our wild neighbors by sharing resources and being responsive to their needs.
Speaker: Laurel Ladwig
Laurel Ladwig is a geographer and lifelong birder who has been teaching about birds and stars in informal science education settings for more than three decades. She is on the advisory board for Bernalillo County Master Naturalists, co-coordinates Albuquerque’s participation in the City Nature Challenge, and is the ABQ Backyard Refuge Program Director for Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge and the Friends of Valle de Oro.
Directions to the Online Meeting
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The Meeting ID is: 827 2161 3533
The Passcode is: 072114
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