Sonoran Audubon Society

SAS Monthly Meeting – Climate Change and the Birds

September 9, 2015 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
West Valley Unitarian Universalist Church
5904 West Cholla Street
Glendale, AZ 85304
Birds & Climate Change A Talk by Tice Supplee, Acting Ex. Director, Audubon Arizona
TiceTice Supplee, shown here at Mababi Ranch in Mexico with former SAS President George Wall and SAS Speakers’ Bureau guru Joe Ford. Photo Courtesy of Karen LaFrance
Last fall, the National Audubon Society published a groundbreaking report on the implications of climate change for 588 North American birds and their habitats. 126 of these species are classified as “climate endangered,” projected to lose more than 50% of their current habitat range by 2050.
Want to know more? Then you must attend the SAS Monthly Meeting on September 9, 2015, 7 PM at the Glendale Unitarian Universalist Church, 59th Ave-nue at Cholla. Audubon Arizona’s
Acting Executive Director, Tice Supplee, will speak on this critical topic. As many of you may know, SAS is Tice’s home chapter. Tice careered with the Arizona Game & Fish Department, then joined Audubon Arizona several years ago as Director of Bird Conservation. She has degrees in wildlife biology and is a specialist in raptors. She oversees the Important Bird Areas program at Audubon Arizona and stepped up to the Acting Executive Director position in early 2015. She can be contacted at
See Audubon’s Climate Change Report for a preview of her subject and learn how you can help—click on: Audubon’s Climate Change Report