ADAM DINUOVO

 

Out of an abundance of caution, The Conservancy has decided to postpone this Evenings at the Conservancy presentation in response to the latest COVID-19 (coronavirus) concerns raised by the Florida Department of Health and Center for Disease Control (CDC), and to help support the well-being of our staff, interns, volunteers, participants, and the community.

We hope to re-schedule the event at a later date. For questions, please email Kelsey Straubhaar.

 

Life in a Seabird Colony

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Bio & Presentation  |  April 14

Registration open on the Wednesday before the presentation

In this presentation Adam DiNuovo, a seabird biologist with Audubon Florida, will discuss his work doing research on seabird islands. Adam has spent many summers living with puffins, terns and many other seabirds.

The lecture series frequently sells out. To attend, please register for the event by using the registration above. On the night of the presentation, doors will open at 5:30 p.m. and the program will begin at 6:00 p.m. If you do not receive a confirmation, we do not have you registered, please contact us again for confirmation. We stop accepting reservations once we meet capacity. If you have questions, please contact us at evenings@conservancy.org or call 239-403-4207.

Doors open at 5:30 PM. Program starts at 6 PM.

 


2020 Presenters

Evenings at the Conservancy

The Changing Face of Nature

CHARLES SOBCZAK

Author

 

Evenings at the Conservancy

Life in a Seabird Colony

ADAM DINUOVO

Audubon Florida

Evenings at the Conservancy

Conserving Sharks: Why & How

DR. BOB HUETER

Center for Shark Research | Mote Marine

 

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