Join us for an evening of conservation and conversation with author Deborah Cramer
The Narrow Edge: A tiny bird, an ancient crab, & an epic journey
Wednesday May 11
Between the full moons of April and May every year, the lowcountry hosts a spectacular array of migrating birds. Deborah Cramer traced the journey of the red knot, a shorebird roughly the size of a coffee cup, which uses our coast as a stopover on its 10,000 mile migration from Tierra de Fuego to the Arctic. Her talk will describe their trip, the threats they face, and the people working to protect them along the way.
The lecture and reception are free of charge. Seating is limited, and RSVPs will be honored.
RSVPs to firstname.lastname@example.org will also be registered for door prize
Hosted by Charleston Audubon and co-sponsored by SC Audubon, SELC,
Coastal Conservation League, Coastal Expeditions, and the Library