Tag Archives: Chris Leahy

Chris Leahy at the Sawyer Free Library

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Message from Chris Leahy about the Mass Audubon Bird-a-thon

Spring has finally returned to New England! It is arguably the most exciting birding season of the year, when it is possible to find over 100 species in a day with relative ease – many of them in stunning breeding … Continue reading

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Solutions for Protecting Birds from Hitting Windows

Every year, in the United States alone, over 1,000,000,000—yes, that is one billon—birds are killed from flying into windows. Chris Leahy quoted this statistic at the talk he gave last week at the Sawyer Free Library. Coincidentally, earlier that day … Continue reading

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State of Massachusetts Birds

Chris Leahy spoke to a packed house at the Sawyer Free Library last night. As is usually the case with Chris, his talk was brilliant and depth of knowledge inspiring. Aren’t we fortunate that he resides in Gloucester and always gives so … Continue reading

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Reminder: Chris Leahy Speaks Tonight About Massachusetts Birds

Tonight at the Sawyer Free Library, Main Floor, 7pm : State of the Birds ~ Documenting Changes in Massachusetts Birdlife Common Redpoll (Carduelis flammea)

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Chris Leahy at the Sawyer Free Library

Chris Leahy is a fantastic speaker and I am looking forward to attending his lecture next Thursday night at the Sawyer Free. Chris holds the Gerard A. Bertrand Chair of Natural History and Field Ornithology at Mass Audubon. He has … Continue reading

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