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Why protecting Middle Tennessee’s lands and waters is critical for migratory birds

October 4 @ 12:00 am - 1:00 pm

For those of us who love birds, fall means migration. At Warner Park Nature Center, we have been collecting data on fall migrants for over 35 years. Our research reinforces the importance of protecting our lands and rivers as they are critical habitat stopovers for migratory birds who need healthy and intact habitat to rest, refuel, and seek shelter during this most perilous stage in a birds lifecycle.

Event Information
All River Talks are free and open to the public. You may reserve an optional lunch for $10 or bring your own. To register, please visit this page: https://bit.ly/2vnPtFy.

Where: The Cumberland River Compact, located on the 3rd floor of the Bridge Building, 2 Victory Ave, Nashville, TN 37213.

Parking: Free parking is available in Lot R South of the Nissan Stadium parking lot. Permitted parking is available in Lot R NW. Map and passes are below.

Schedule: Doors open and lunch will be available at 11:30 am, the presentation will run from 12:00-12:50.

For questions please email Catherine.Price@cumberlandrivercompact.org or call us at 615-837-1151

For more information about River Talks, please visit our website.

Photo: https://www.nashville.gov/Parks-and-Recreation/Nature-Centers-and-Natural-Areas/Warner-Park-Nature-Center/Bird-Information-Research-and-Data.aspx

River Talks are presented by Nissan.

 

 

The Cumberland River Compact is one of the conservation groups part of the Nashville Watershed Consortium and the Rivive! campaign! Join the efforts of NWC as we work together to inspire our local communities to act on ensuring clean water and healthy streams for current and future generations of Nashvillians. 

Details

Date:
October 4
Time:
12:00 am - 1:00 pm
Website:
https://crc.kindful.com/register/river-talk-october-4-2018

Venue

Cumberland River Compact
2 Victory Ave, Ste 300
Nashville, TN 37213 United States
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