December 9, 2021 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
LGNC Speaker Series: Daniel Klem, Jr., Ph.D.

“Solid Air: Invisible Killer — Saving Billions of Birds from Windows” — Daniel Klem, Jr., Ph.D.

It is estimated that upwards of 1 billion birds are killed by glass in the United States alone each year, making window strikes a leading cause of bird mortality. Recognized as one of the world’s foremost authorities on the issue of bird-window collisions, Dr. Daniel Klem, Jr. will present on the cause and breadth of this universal problem and how to solve it.

Daniel Klem, Jr., Ph.D. is the Sarkis Acopian Professor of Ornithology and Conservation Biology in the Department of Biology at Muhlenberg College.

Register here to attend in person or virtually:

In-person registration (limit 50) register here!

Virtual registration (limit 95) register here!


About the 2021/22 Speaker Series:

Beginning in fall 2021, there will now be two options to enjoy LGNC’s Speaker Series presentations! We will be welcoming a limited audience (50 registrants max) back to the Osprey House to attend presentations in person. Presentations will also be live-streamed on Zoom for those who wish to attend from the comfort of home. All Speaker Series presentations are free, but registration for the in-person and virtual options is required via EventBrite.

Please contact us at mail@lgnc.org if you have any questions!