“Bird Diva” Bridget Butler believes that there’s a bit of bias in the birding world when it comes to females. In this presentation, she examines new scientific studies on female birds, shares stories of the “Mothers of Ornithology,” and reflects on current research about gender and birding.
About Bridget Butler
Bridget Butler, aka The Bird Diva, has been working in conservation for more than 20 years throughout New England. Her “Slow Birding” work has been featured on a number of birding podcasts in the US and abroad. She serves on the Green Mountain Audubon Society Board and is a member of the Vermont Rare Bird Records Committee.
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Underwriter: Anne Commire Fund for Women in the Humanities
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