Henry is an ecologist with a passion for natural history and conservation. He has worked primarily on birds in a variety of interesting places, including Panama, Peru, Equatorial Guinea, and Guam. In his free time, you can find him birding, hiking, or appreciating the beauty of the natural world.
Topic: The importance of long-term studies: a window into the lives of tropical rainforest birds of Panama
Henry has worked in the lowlands of Panama for 10+ years studying the ecology and population biology of tropical forest birds. His talk will focus on the importance of long-term studies for understanding these elusive birds and how their populations will fare in the face of environmental change.
This meeting will be held in person at DHNC. Light refreshments will be provided, and round table discussion to follow the talk.