The Changes in the Bird and Mammal Life of Cape Cod
May 20th at 1pm
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Peter Alden, noted bird expert and author, explores changes in the bird and mammal life of Cape Cod landscapes over time.
Peter is a world renowned naturalist, lecturer, ecotourism guide and author of 15 books on North American and African wildlife, including the National Audubon Society’s Regional Field Guide Series. He is considered to be an authority on birds and larger mammals of the world and is often consulted by the media and the ecotourism industry for his expertise. In 1998, along with Harvard’s Dr. Edward O. Wilson, “the father of biodiversity,” Peter created the world’s first true “Biodiversity Day” event at Walden Pond. Biodiversity Days now take place in fifteen other countries.