In this presentation, Seth Judge describes threats to endangered Hawaiian Honeycreepers and discusses current efforts for preventing their extinction. Seth is an avian ecologist working for the National Park Service’s Inventory and Monitoring Program. He conducts forest bird surveys to determine population densities and trends of rare and endangered birds in the Hawaiian Islands. Today he’ll discuss methods for estimating bird populations, threats to Hawaiian birds, and describe tools for preventing the extinction of Hawaiian Honeycreepers.
Watch the talk:
Headwaters’ post-talk worksheet
Create a project based on avian research with the following research aides:
- Seth’s academic papers
- Headwaters’ bird behavioral ecology packet