April 12-16, 2021 is Audubon’s 2021 Virtual Seabird Fly-In to help Save the Seabirds.
“Globally, seabird populations have declined by a staggering 70 percent since the 1950s. That percentage decrease equates to a loss of about 230 million birds in over 60 years. Ocean warming is changing their food, migrations, and habitat, while pollution, coastline development, and other factors are making it harder for these birds to survive”.
We need to take action to Save the Seabirds this week and every week. Please contact your local members of Congress and urge them to support laws and policies that protect seabirds from threats such as overfishing and climate change.
I know this Save the Seabird Week is almost over but Audubon is urging folks to use the hashtag #SaveTheSeabirds in any of your posts during this virtual week of Seabird Action.
Lets take action to #SaveTheSeabirds!
Thank you for reading my Field Notes Blog, and hope you will share this with others.
Let’s protect our wildlife and nature!
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