Clare Nemes will speak on “FREE-ROAMING CATS: ECOLOGICAL IMPACTS OF THE WORLD’S MOST BELOVED INVASIVE SPECIES”
Clare is in the lab of Dr. Emily Cohen at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science Appalachian Lab in Frostburg, MD. She is studying various aspects of bird biology and conservation, including songbird migration ecology and the effects of free-roaming domestic cats on birds. Clare is from Maryland originally but has worked various bird-focused jobs across the nation. Clare completed her master’s degree on habitat use of Cerulean Warblers at Ball State University in Indiana in 2016.
The Zoom site will open at 6:40 PM and Clare’s presentation will begin at 7:00. The link will sent out on Wednesday evening. To be put on the list to get the link, send an email to FrederickBirdClub@yahoo.com.