Audubon Florida Celebrates Latino Conservation Week with Two New Events

July 19 and 21 at 6:00 p.m. on Zoom.

July 19, 2022 at 6 p.m.

Register here. This event will be in English.

Audubon Florida's Rosa Rivera will sit down with Melissa Murillo of the Peregrine Fund, Rafael J. Araujo of the University of Miami's Department of Marine Biology and Ecology, and Elizabeth Lago of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to discuss their spark birds, flight paths, and thoughts for the future.

A graphic depicting the Latino Conservation Week panel discussion. Join us for a panel discussion with Latinx members of the Florida environmental community. July 19 from 6-7 pm.

July 21, 2022 at 6 p.m.

Register here. This event will be in Spanish. / Regístrese aquí. Este evento será en español.

Join acclaimed birder and artist Rafael Galvez for a discussion of Art and Nature. Depictions of the natural world and birds through art have the power to evoke messages that science has difficulty in expressing on its own. When art and scientific inquiry meet, they turn a mirror to our roles as stewards of the environment, exposing our cultural biases towards nature, granting us new opportunities to appreciate and celebrate the living world and wilderness.

Graphic for Rafael Galvez Presentation. Las representaciones del mundo natural y las aves a través del arte tienen el poder de evocar mensajes que la ciencia tiene dificultad para expresar por sí misma. Cuando el arte y la indagación científica se encuent

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