Eagle Eye Books is excited to host book talks and an inspirational panel. Dan Chapman, will be speaking about his new book A Road Running Southward: Following John Muir's Journey Through an Endangered Land. David Haskell will also be speaking about his new book Sounds Wild and Broken: Sonic Marvels, Evolution's Creativity, and the Crisis of Sensory Extinction. Then we will host a creative and inspirational panel led by Sally Sears with Dan Chapman and David Haskell about conservation and activism.
Don't miss a very relevant and deeply important panel!
We are also excited to tell you about our friends at Georgia Audubon.
About Georgia Audubon:
Like the canary in the coal mine, today’s birds are once again sounding the alarm that our shared ecosystems are in trouble. A recent study showed that North America has lost 3 billion birds in our lifetime. In Georgia, the primary threats to birds are climate change, habitat loss and fragmentation, and building collisions. If we don’t act soon, many common Georgia species like the Brown Thrasher, Brown-headed Nuthatch, and Eastern Towhee could become uncommon or even disappear from Georgia.
Georgia Audubon is a non-profit conservation organization focused on building places where birds and people thrive. Through conservation, education, and community engagement, we are working to create healthy places for birds and people and to introduce people to nature through the lens of birds. Learn more about Georgia Audubon at www.georgiaaudubon.org.
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