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Lectures and Talks

Talk | Black Swamp Bird Observatory: Kimberly Kaufman, "The Fall Migration"

Saturday, Aug. 25, 2018 • 2:00 pm
Location
Little Theater
Audience
Adults, Family, Members, Seniors

In conjunction with Rebecca Louise Law: Community, the Toledo Museum of Art has invited local organizations to share their work with the cultivated landscapes and natural habitats of Toledo.

Kimberly Kaufman, executive director of the Black Swamp Bird Observatory, will be speaking on the fall bird migration. An Ohio native, Kimberly has a lifelong love of the outdoors that grew into a passion for birds in the 1990s. Kimberly played a key role in starting The Biggest Week In American Birding, a spring event that rapidly has become one of the largest birding festivals on the continent. She is a contributing editor to Birds & Blooms magazine and coauthor of the Kaufman Field Guide to Nature of New England and Kaufman Field Guide to Nature of the Midwest. In 2015, Kimberly received the American Birding Association's prestigious Chandler Robbins Award in recognition of her contributions to bird education and conservation.