Monthly Species Working Group Webinar Series

Join our monthly species working group webinar series!

In this series, we aim to highlight a species working group and foster collaboration and discussion across groups. Webinars are now being presented with simultaneous translation into Spanish.

Webinars occur on the second Friday of each month from 1 to 2pm Eastern time. The meeting will take place via Zoom: click here to register and join the meeting. When you click the link, you will have the opportunity to register for one or more of the events in the series. You will then receive an email confirmation with an option to add the event(s) to your calendar.


October 13, 2023: Thomas Ryan – The status of Least Tern Populations in California and Northwest Mexico

November 17, 2023: Kelly Srigley Werner and Katie Christie – Lesser Yellowlegs Research and Conservation: Filling Knowledge Gaps while Moving to Action. Note: this webinar will take place the third Friday due to a holiday.

December 8, 2023: David Yeany and Matt Young  – Evening Grosbeak: Initiating Continental Research and Conservation for a Steeply Declining Irruptive Migrant

January 12, 2024: Michael Green and Ken Popper – Western Yellow Rail Working Group organization and progress

February 9, 2024: Randy Dettmers and Elizabeth Hunter – Identifying remaining critical demographic information gaps and developing a full annual cycle population model for Cerulean Warblers

March 8, 2024: Clay Green – Implementation of the Reddish Egret Conservation Plan

April 12, 2024: Amber Roth and Ruth Bennett – Golden-winged Warbler

May 10, 2024: Calandra Stanley – Yellow-billed Cuckoo

June 14, 2024: Yvan Satgé and Jennifer WheelerBlack-capped Petrel

July 12, 2024: no webinar

August 9, 2024: to be determined

September 13, 2024: Steve Roels – Successes and Challenges for the Kirtland’s Warbler Conservation Team

October 11, 2024: Brandt Ryder – Grassland Birds

November 8, 2024: Amy Chabot – Loggerhead Shrike

More webinars will be listed soon, stay tuned!

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