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Hummingbirds in North Carolina
April 26 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Join the MARSH chapter for a discussion with wildlife ecologist Susan Campbell about the natural history, identification and movements of Ruby-throated Hummingbirds across the state. She will emphasize the ecology of these winged jewels in central North Carolina. Also, the discussion will include tips on providing for hummingbirds. We will dispel some common hummer myths as well. Prepare yourself for learning more than a few amazing facts about these fascinating little birds. Susan is a wildlife ecologist who has worked across NC for more than 20 years. Most of her experience is with birds although she is interested in species interactions, habitat and conservation. Susan is a writer and educator as well as a researcher. She is a research affiliate with the NC Museum of Natural Sciences and serves as the North Carolina repository for hummingbird records and information.
MARSH or the Marvin Area for the Restoration and Sustainability of wildlife Habitat is an organization affiliated with the Village of Marvin that seeks to educate and engage our community about the importance and benefits of restoring, protecting and conserving our wildlife and natural habitat.