Join Us for an Inspiring Lecture on Wildlife Recovery in Massachusetts

Join the Friends of Parker River National Wildlife Refuge for a compelling lecture presented by David Williams, a renowned naturalist, educator, and seasoned bird walk leader. This event is part of our ongoing “Friends of Parker River Presents” series, focusing on crucial conservation topics.

David Williams brings his extensive experience and passion for natural sciences to discuss the remarkable recovery stories of four key species: the Bald Eagle, Peregrine Falcon, Osprey, and Wild Turkey. Once on the brink of extinction in Massachusetts, these species have made triumphant comebacks thanks to concerted conservation efforts.

This engaging program will delve into the causes behind their near-demise and the successful strategies implemented to ensure their resurgence. Now thriving, these species serve as beacons of hope and exemplify the positive impact of dedicated wildlife conservation.

Event Details:

– Date: Saturday, April 27

– Time: 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM

– Location: Visitor Center Auditorium, 6 Plum Island Turnpike, Newburyport, MA

– Virtual Option: Email by Friday, April 26, to receive Zoom details.

This lecture is free and open to the public. Whether you’re a budding naturalist, a seasoned birdwatcher, or simply interested in wildlife conservation, this lecture will provide valuable insights and inspire you to get involved in local conservation efforts.