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Audubon Great Lakes Climate Report Press Event and Reception
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CW Members are invited to attend the press event. Audubon will release a second major report on the threat of climate change to birds, including extensive detail on the potential impact that climate change will have on specific species. Audubon Great Lakes will hold a press event and reception at Lincoln Park Zoo, featuring leaders from the region and Audubon.

When: October 10, 2019
10 am
Where: Lincoln Park Zoo
2001 N. Clark St.
Chicago, Illinois  60614
United States
Contact: Daniel Wear
312-453.0230 ext 2010

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Speaking: Potential speakers include Governor Pritzker, along

with other elected officials. Audubon staff will speak to the

significance of the report for the Great Lakes region as well as its

overarching findings for North American birds. In attendance:

community and conservation leaders, Audubon members.


Thursday, October 10, at 10 AM Central Time


Lincoln Park Zoo

2001 N. Clark Street, Chicago, IL. 60614

on Zoo grounds near Café Brauer and the Zoo's Nature Boardwalk


Coming out October 2019, a new study from National Audubon

Society scientists builds on Audubon’s 2014 Birds and Climate

Change Report that revealed climate change is the number

one threat to birds. Audubon’s scientists continued to closely

analyze this relationship using the latest climate science research

methods and modeling, while significantly expanding their pool of

data sources and bird records to capture a deeper, more extensive

analysis of the effects of climate change on North American birds

species. The latest report shows that North American birds are

more vulnerable than ever from rising temperatures and climate related

events like sea level rise, Great Lakes water level changes,

droughts, fires, and extreme weather. The good news is that our

science also shows that if we take action now we can improve the

chances for the majority of species at risk from climate change.

Our birds are telling us that it’s time to act now.