Watch the Recording – Albatross Talk with Caren Loebel-Fried
Picture credit: Friends of Midway
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Caren recently returned from 2 months on Midway Atoll, counting albatross and witnessing chicks hatching.
Join us for new videos, photos, and stories from an albatross nesting colony in the northwestern Hawaiian islands.
Albatross Talk with Caren Loebel-Fried
Thursday April 22nd – 7pm PST
Free Online Event
Click on the event link www.crowdcast.io/e/PBC-An-Albatross-Earth-Day to register and when you do so, you can ask questions. You will also have the opportunity to ask your questions during the event. You can use that same link to get to the event.
About Caren Loebel-Fried
Caren has always been obsessed with birds. In the rainforest of Hawai`i, she is lucky to live among many native Hawaiian birds. Lately, seabirds are taking her on journeys to the great blue unknown… Caren finds that birds make excellent conservation ambassadors, intriguing and entertaining to most humans, their presence, or lack of presence, revealing the health of the environment.
During seven weeks on Midway Atoll, Caren counted and studied nesting albatrosses and other wildlife. She was researching to create iconic art for the United States Fish and Wildlife Service that celebrated Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge, Battle of Midway Memorial, and Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument. Some of Caren’s other projects include creating iconic art for Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge on Kaua’i, where seabirds abound. Caren also partnered with Conservation Council for Hawai`i on a Hawaiian Monk Seal educational project, and a project that teaches about extinction in Hawai`i.
Caren currently resides in Half Moon Bay, California and Volcano, Hawai`i. and has been providing us with a lot of educational resources that we used to educate adults and kids about the albatross. She is also an incredible book illustrator and you can learn more about her work on her website.
Learn More About The Albatross
Check out all the different educational resources that we put together to help you learn more about these incredible birds:
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