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Follow Arctic Scientist, George Divoky This Summer

Our May program featured Arctic Scientist George Divoky with his story of climate change above the Arctic Circle on tiny Cooper Island.  His fascinating work studying the behavior and world of a small seabird, the black guillemot, has continued for 34 summers.  He is recording striking changes in the environment including the influx of hungry polar bears and the reduced hatching and fledging success of the guillemots.  Follow George’s work this summer by going to his blog by going to this link:  http://www.adventures-in-climate-change.com/cooperisland/

Upcoming Events

Aug 14;
WHAS Annual Picnic
Sep 10-11;
Puget Sound Bird Fest
Sep 23-25;
Wings over Willapa Festival
Oct 08;
Board Meeting
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